Analysts at the University of Costa Rica believe that the interest rates will rise further over the next three months. They also fear an increase in defaults of borrowers.
From today the basic rate increased to 9.50% and is expected to continue rising, which will bring difficulties to debtors. It is predicted that many can not afford to make payment and delinquencies rise.
The analysis of other variables is estimated that in the next 3 months most of the basic prices will be maintained, but will increase the rates of several services such as fuel, while the dollar is stable, and 50% of employers believe they will sell more.
That optimism of businesses brings something positive for most workers.