Monthly Macroconomic Overview

Macroeconomic Update - January 2024

Dive into the economic dynamics of Bangladesh through our January issue, offering a brief overview of key indicators shaping the nation's economic landscape. Inflation dipped to 9.41% with reduced food prices, but non-food expenses surged, sparking concerns over wage growth. FDI plummeted by 39% due to political uncertainty, impacting business confidence. Remittances hit record highs, though not perfectly aligned with manpower exports. Bangladesh met most IMF loan conditions but fell short on minimum reserves. Internationally, US sees booming jobs but high core inflation; Eurozone faces economic stumbling blocks, particularly Germany. Shipping costs quadrupled from China to Europe, affecting supply chains, while global gas demand rises, stirring concerns over supply tightness.Stay updated of these trends and more to gain insights into the forces shaping Bangladesh's economic trajectory in our December publication.

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