Brazil Bank Lending Rate

Last Release
Sep 2019
Actual
51.26 %
Forecast
N/A
Previous
52.06 %
Frequency
Monthly
Units In
%
Next Release
N/A
Time to Release
N/A
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Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
254.28 %
Apr 1995
39.12 %
Nov 2010
77.34 %1994 - 2019Banco Central Do Brasil

Brazil Bank Lending Rate History

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Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Bank Lending Rate
51.26
Sep 2019
52.06
Aug 2019
39.12
Nov 2010
254.28
Apr 1995
%Monthly1994 - 2019
Consumer Confidence
47.3
Sep 2019
47
Jun 2019
37.9
Jun 2015
120.7
Oct 2010
Index PointsQuarterly1996 - 2019
Consumer Credit
1,930,776
Sep 2019
1,911,072
Aug 2019
0
Oct 1989
1,930,776
Sep 2019
BRL MillionMonthly1988 - 2019
Consumer Spending
1,133,226.4
Jun 2019
1,111,386.8
Mar 2019
125,685.05
Mar 1996
1,157,083.52
Dec 2018
BRL MillionQuarterly1996 - 2019
Gasoline Prices
1.09
Oct 2019
1.05
Sep 2019
0.53
Dec 1992
1.58
Dec 2010
USD/LiterMonthly1992 - 2019
Households Debt To GDP
27.9
Mar 2019
28.2
Dec 2018
10.4
Mar 2004
28.4
Dec 2016
% of GDPQuarterly1996 - 2019

Bank Lending Rate across South America

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Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Bolivia
5.94
Oct 2019
5.8
Sep 2019
4.62
Feb 2011
23.85
May 2002
%Monthly2001 - 2019
Brazil
51.26
Sep 2019
52.06
Aug 2019
39.12
Nov 2010
254.28
Apr 1995
%Monthly1994 - 2019
Chile
4.9
Oct 2019
4.99
Sep 2019
4.74
Dec 2009
15.15
Oct 2008
%Monthly2002 - 2019
Peru
0.66
Oct 2019
0.69
Sep 2019
0.45
Apr 2014
58.3
Feb 1992
%Monthly1992 - 2019
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