The Superintendencia del Sistema Financiero (SSF), reported that savings accounts show an 8% increase as of january 20, 2023, which represents an interannual growth of US$437.6 million, marking a positive trend of the population towards savings.
The Consejo Salvadoreño del Café (CSC), informed that Arabica coffee prices rose yesterday monday in a volatile session. Despite negative factors on the supply side, there is support from speculative buying.
The President of the Republic, Nayib Bukele, announced on his Twitter account that tonight he complied with the pending payment of the debt, honoring the US$604 million in Eurobonds that were still owed to the first holders.
The Ministerio de Economía (MINEC), informs salvadorans the reference prices of fuels that will be in effect from january 24 to february 6, 2023.
Managing a household can seem like a complicated task, especially when it comes to finances. It is not always easy to get organized when the decisions you make will have an effect on more than one person.
According to the survey conducted by the Instituto Universitario de Opinión Pública (IUDOP) of the Universidad Centroamericana José Simeón Cañas (UCA), 93 out of 100 people said that the prices of basic food basket products such as beans, corn, sugar and milk, will increase throughout the year 2022.
The Ministerio de Obras Públicas (MOP), submitted to the Legislative Assembly a decree containing reforms to the Law of Land Transportation, Transit and Road Safety; which has the purpose of regulating new infractions to the law, technological procedural mechanisms for its determined accreditation.
The minister of Economy, María Luisa Hayem, was at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum WEF2023, along with international investors and economists, contributing to the conversations on actions to achieve global economic development in the future, which is inclusive and sustainable.