Monday, May 29, 2017

Meps demand for credit Falls 6.4% in April

The demand for credit of micro and small enterprises (Mses) fell 6.4% in March to April passage, according to data calculated by the credit protection service (SPC Brazil) and by the National Confederation of leaders (CNDL). In the range of the bookmark, the result stood at 12.36 points, slightly below the number observed in March (13.20 points). The closer to 100, the higher the likelihood of entrepreneurs seeking credit and the closer to zero, less likely they are to have borrowed resources. To the CNDL President, Honorius Pinheiro, "the Brazil will take time to restore confidence. Why many entrepreneurs will still take some time to feel confident enough to take credit, "he explains.
Methodology the indicators of demand for credit and investment propensity of the Micro and small business owner calculated by credit protection service (SPC Brazil) and by the National Confederation of Merchants Leaders (CNDL) take into account 800 enterprises with up to 49 employees in 27 Federation units, including capital and interior. Micro and small enterprises account for 39% and 35% of the universe of Brazilian companies in the segments of trade and services, respectively.
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