External Debt in Uganda

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Uganda - External Debt

Economic conditions likely continued to improve in Q3, although the pace of growth will have eased from Q2’s record expansion amid a less favorable base effect. Activity growth slowed overall in Q3 compared to the previous quarter, although it remained robust. Meanwhile, available data suggests that momentum picked up at the outset of the fourth quarter: The PMI increased to a five-month high, signaling a stronger improvement in business conditions. That said, the reading revealed employment levels continued to fall in October. Meanwhile, the country has managed to keep daily Covid-19 infection rates very low recently, which, coupled with a pickup in the vaccination drive, allowed authorities to ease some more domestic restrictions on 27 October. However, the nationwide curfew and prohibition of certain entertainment activities will remain in effect until more people are vaccinated.

Uganda - External Debt Data

2015   2016   2017   2018   2019  
External Debt (% of GDP)32.5  33.0  37.1  36.6  -     

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Uganda External Debt Chart


Uganda External Debt
Note: External debt as % of GDP.
Source: World Bank

Uganda Facts

Value Change Date
Bond Yield15.751.02 %Dec 31
Exchange Rate3,6700.17 %Dec 31
Stock Market0.30.0 %Jan 07

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