Consumption in Tunisia
Tunisia - ConsumptionIn Q2, the economy saw high growth, amid resurgent industrial production and exports. Imports also grew, suggesting domestic demand supported the recovery. Despite this, the figure was largely due to a base effect, with the economy contracting in quarter-on-quarter seasonally-adjusted terms amid persistently elevated Covid-19 cases and restrictions, and stubbornly high unemployment. Turning to Q3, the coup in July, as well as pre-existing social discontent, continue to disrupt the economy; in July, Fitch Ratings downgraded the country’s credit rating, and imports and exports both tumbled in month-on-month terms. Moreover, a surge in Covid-19 cases since July has led to quarantine measures for travelers to be reintroduced, among other restrictions, in a further blow to the already-struggling tourism industry. More positively, the vaccination rate has surged in recent weeks.
Tunisia - Consumption Data
|Consumption (annual variation in %)||3.2||3.1||2.4||2.1||-|
5 years of economic forecasts for more than 30 economic indicators.
|Bond Yield||7.45||0.0 %||Sep 15|
|Exchange Rate||2.78||-0.27 %||Jan 01|
|Stock Market||0.2||0.05 %||Jan 07|
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