Saudi Arabia Economic Indicators

BALANCE OF TRADE
Last: 131,636
UNITS IN: Million SAR
Saudi Arabia has been recording trade surpluses since 1968 due to shipments of oil (87 percent of total exports). Main imports are: machinery, mechanical appliances and electrical equipment; transport equipment and parts thereof and base metals. Main trading partners are: United States (14 percent o...
Saudi Arabia has been recording trade surpluses since 1968 due to shipments of oil (87 percent of total exports). Main imports are: machinery, mechanical appliances and electrical equipment; transport equipment and parts thereof and base metals. Main trading partners are: United States (14 percent o...
CPI
Last: 105.9
UNITS IN: Index Points
GDP GROWTH RATE
Last: 1.7
UNITS IN: %
Saudi Arabia is the world´s biggest producer of oil and oil extraction accounts for 46 percent of GDP. The services sector represents 36 percent of the wealth including government services (13 percent), wholesale and retail trade and restaurants and hotels (8 percent) and financing, insurance and re...
Saudi Arabia is the world´s biggest producer of oil and oil extraction accounts for 46 percent of GDP. The services sector represents 36 percent of the wealth including government services (13 percent), wholesale and retail trade and restaurants and hotels (8 percent) and financing, insurance and re...
CURRENT ACCOUNT TO GDP
Last: 9.2
UNITS IN: %
GOVERMENT DEBT TO GDP
Last: 19.1
UNITS IN: %
INTEREST RATE
Last: 2.75
UNITS IN: %
In Saudi Arabia the interest rates decisions are taken by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA). Central bank official interest rate is the Official Repo Rate (ORR).
In Saudi Arabia the interest rates decisions are taken by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA). Central bank official interest rate is the Official Repo Rate (ORR).
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
Last: 5.7
UNITS IN: %

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GDP
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Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
GDP
782.48
Dec 2018
688.59
Dec 2017
4.19
Dec 1968
782.48
Dec 2018
USD Billion Yearly 1968 - 2018
GDP Annual Growth Rate
1.7
Mar 2019
3.6
Dec 2018
-20.7
Dec 1982
24.2
Dec 1973
% Quarterly 1969 - 2019
GDP Constant Prices
660,685
Mar 2019
682,514
Dec 2018
476,504.51
Jun 2010
1,925,394.03
Dec 2008
SAR Million Quarterly 1970 - 2019
GDP From Agriculture
16,175
Mar 2019
13,397
Dec 2018
10,354
Dec 2010
16,175
Mar 2019
SAR Million Quarterly 2010 - 2019
GDP From Construction
29,199
Mar 2019
28,856
Dec 2018
21,969
Dec 2010
31,972
Mar 2015
SAR Million Quarterly 2010 - 2019
GDP From Manufacturing
80,884
Mar 2019
80,778
Dec 2018
53,468
Jun 2010
81,493
Mar 2018
SAR Million Quarterly 2010 - 2019
GDP From Mining
254,434
Mar 2019
268,793
Dec 2018
189,221
Mar 2010
268,793
Dec 2018
SAR Million Quarterly 2010 - 2019
GDP From Transport
40,828
Mar 2019
41,435
Dec 2018
24,028
Sep 2010
41,435
Dec 2018
SAR Million Quarterly 2010 - 2019
GDP From Utilities
3,824
Mar 2019
6,092
Dec 2018
3,141
Mar 2010
15,218
Sep 2018
SAR Million Quarterly 2010 - 2019
GDP Growth Rate
1.07
Dec 2018
1.49
Sep 2018
-2.14
Mar 2017
8.51
Dec 2010
% Quarterly 2010 - 2018
GDP per capita
20,775.2
Dec 2018
20,693.9
Dec 2017
14,252.6
Dec 1968
39,152.1
Dec 1974
USD Yearly 1968 - 2018
GDP per capita PPP
48,995.6
Dec 2018
48,804
Dec 2017
39,376.3
Dec 2002
50,467
Dec 2015
USD Yearly 1990 - 2018
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
152,394
Mar 2019
185,766
Dec 2018
101,572
Jun 2009
199,621
Dec 2014
SAR Million Quarterly 2008 - 2019
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