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  • Resilient Dollarization - WA#38
    Resilient Dollarization - WA#38

    September indicators overview

  • Country risk closed August at 2.813 base points (28.13 percentage points), up 58 base points for the month. So far in September, country risk is down -1,863 points. (WA#38)

  • As of August, BanEcuador had the largest non-performing portfolio at 13.6%, CFN at 12.3% and Biess at 10%. While, in private banking, the average delinquency ratio was 2.9%. (WA#37)

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  • 38.- RESILIENT DOLLARIZATION

    The authorities completed the restructuring of the external debt, and now await the approval from the IMF Board of a new program as well as the signature with China of a loan contract linked to the sale of crude; both things together would unlock more than $6 bn in fresh funds this year, helping the State to get out of a horrendous fiscal crunch th...

  • 37.- STATE-OWNED BANKS: RECORD BAD LOANS

    State-owned banks are experiencing the constant dilemma between expanding access to credit (granting subsidized financing with low guarantees) and the sustainability of their operation. The State-owned bank has a long history of condonations and moratorium on its debts. It also leads in distressed portfolio indicators along with smaller cooperative...

  • 36.- HOLDING PATTERN

    The Correa administration poured billions of dollars into the electric energy system, to overcome its relative backwardness. Results are poor. Investment was heavily tilted towards generation, and the downstream was notoriously neglected. There is a wasted installed capacity which cannot reach consumers. With eight new hydropower stations, Ecuad...