Chile IPSA Index (weekly),20 week exponential average ingreen, 5 week exponential average inred, 52 week ROC (rate of change) inyellow, MACD (moving average convergence divergence) in green.
Chile IPSA Index monthly chart, the red line is a 24 month exaverage, the yellow line is a 6 month exaverage
Chile Notes & Links:
4/5/11 Chile's economy is expected to grow between 5.5% and 6.5% in 2011, Central Bank President Jose de Gregorio said.
12/17/10 Chile raised its rate by a 1/4 % point to 3.25 % yesterday, the seventh consecutive month it has increased borrowing costs.
8/31/10 Chile, the world's No. 1 copper producer, said its output of the red metal rose 6.3% YoY
7/28/10 YoY Chile's industrial output rose 2.9%
3/18/09 Chile's central bank says the nation's economy grew by 3.2 % in 2008 down from 4.7 % growth in 2007.
11/24/08 YoY GDP in Chile rose 4.1%
7/5/06 YoY Chile's economy grew 6.1 percent in May.
3/6/06 YoY Chile's economy expanded 5.5 percent in January.
09/20/05 Chile and China could sign a free trade agreement as early as November, linking the world's biggest producer and consumer of copper, Chilean President Ricardo Lagos told Reuters on Tuesday.
05/09/05 Chile, the world's largest copper producer, said its trade surplus widened more than analysts expected in April after copper prices surged to 16-year highs.
05/05/05 Chile's economy expanded 5.0 percent in March, the slowest growth since February 2004.
12/29/04 The jobless rate rose to 8.6 percent in the three months through November from 8.1 percent in the same period a year earlier, the National Statistics Institute said in Santiago.
12/13/05 Chilean economy picking up strongly
11/29/04 Chile's Finance Minister said that their GDP may be up 6% this year, the best performance since 1997, due to higher copper prices.
11/23/04 Chile's economy grew at the fastest pace in seven years in the third quarter after demand surged for copper, the country's top export. The economy expanded 6.8 percent YoY, up from 5.3 percent growth in the second quarter.
10/15/04 Chile, the world's largest copper producer, exported $985.6 million worth of the red metal in September, up 68.6 percent from September 2003