South America Deposits by Country

Country Inflation GDP Population Interest Rate Change Currency Last Updated
Argentina 27.6% 15,854 42,669,500 52,57% - ARS Aug 2019
Costa Rica 12,157 4,713,168 7.80% - CRC Jun 2018
Colombia 3.4% 9,046 47,865,600 4.80% - COP Jun 2018
Chile 3.3% 15,002 17,819,054 3.24% - CLP Jun 2018
Panama 5.9% 14,097 3,713,312 2.40% - USD Feb 2018
Peru 3% 9,281 30,814,175 2.25% - PEN Feb 2018
Trinidad And Tobago 5.2% 19,759 1,328,019 1.20% - TTD Jul 2018

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  • Q: What are the best interest rates for Ecuador regarding a certificate of deposit

    Reply Vicki from Dayton, United States
  • Q: I live in Toronto Canada. Want to open a savings account in Argentina for 1 yr. how do you do it? The procedure? Should I go through the Argentina Embassy in Toronto?

    Reply Adugna from Scarborough, Canada
    • R: The interest rate may be high, but that inflation is crazy and it could easily go much higher within one year and potentially leave you with a loss at the end of one year. You still have to get your money out of the country at the end of the day. :-)

      Reply den
  • Q: Why don't you publish interests rates for Brasil.

    Reply Alfredo from Curitiba, Brazil

South America Discussion Activity

  • Argentina - Deposits - ICBC Argentina
    Q: how much interest do you offer on 1 million US dollars for a one year term? thank you

    Reply sid from Canada
  • Argentina - Deposits
    Q: I am Indian citizen live in Australia, can I invest in fixed deposits. If yes what’s the fee and process

    Reply Vivek from Yagoona, Australia
  • Argentina - Investing
    Q: Hey I am from srilanka can I invest from srilanka? And your website doesn't have English

    Reply S.kuhan from United Kingdom
  • Argentina - Banco De La Nacion Argentina
    Q: Hi my name is Zak and I love in Australia. I would like to open a savings account and make regular deposits. I would like to know is it possible for this to be done from Australia? And, what type of account offers the highest interest rate? I am interested because in Australia the interest rate is only 3%, I have seen that in Argentina it is about 20%.

    Reply Zak from Australia
    • R: It's about 20% but only in local money

      Reply Solomon
  • Panama - Banco Nacional De Panama
    Q: Do you have a branch in Penenome or Coranado

    Reply carl from Pueblo Nuevo, Panama