Switzerland Economic Statistics

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Switzerland Economic Statistics

Rates    Date Change
3-Month LIBOR Target Rate 0.250 Nov 26, 2012 -- 
Yield Curve     Mar 13, 2015  
LIBOR Yield Curve     Mar 21, 2013  
Swiss Average Rate Overnight 0.03 Nov 26, 2012 +2.58 bps
Ten Year Bond 0.559 Nov 27, 2012 -0.20 bps
Three Month Libor 0.03 Nov 27, 2012 -- 
Employment    Date Change
Employed Persons 4,924.61 Q3 2014 +0.45 %
Unemployment Rate 3.19 Feb 2015 +0.02 
GDP    Date Change
Annual GDP 1.4 Q2 2014
Debt to GDP -4.2 Jan 2013 -16.67 %
Quarterly GDP -0.6 Q4 2008
Business    Date Change
Annual Core Retail Sales 6.4 Sep 2008
Annual Retail Sales -1.1 Jan 2015
Industrial Production 144.69 Q4 2011 +0.97 %
SVME PMI 47.9 Mar 2015 +1.27 %
Indices    Date Change
Annual Consumer Price Index (Change) -0.84 Feb 2015
Annual Producer Price Index (Change) -2.19 Feb 2015
Consumer Price Index 9,791.86 Feb 2015 -25.23 
Exchange Rate Index 154.96 Feb 2015 +2.46 %
Producer Price Index 96.41 Feb 2015 -0.69 %
International    Date Change
Current Account 14,059.4 Q4 2013 -39.20 %
Trade Balance 105.198 Jan 2015 +61.43 %
Stocks    Date Change
Swiss Market Index 9,398.60 Apr 16, 2015 -0.32 %
Switzerland is one of the wealthiest nations in the world based on GDP per capita. It is a peaceful and stable country with a low unemployment rate and highly skilled labor force. Its GDP is mainly based on the agricultural, industrial and service sectors. Switzerland is considered a safe haven for foreign investors due to a strong banking system with a historically high degree of client privacy, the robust value of the Swiss franc (CHF) and a stable economy. Switzerland is not a member of European Union, but in order to strengthen economic ties the Swiss government has started economic agreements with the EU that cover research, public procurement, agriculture and many other sectors.
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