Thursday June 29 2017
Iceland Balance of Trade at -16600.00 ISK Million


Iceland recorded a trade deficit of ISK 16.6 billion in May of 2017, compared to a ISK 17.3 billion shortfall a year earlier. Exports surged 7.3 percent to ISK 50.2 billion, boosted by the recovery in sales of agricultural products (76.9 percent vs -23.5 percent in April), marine products (3.3 percent vs -13.4 percent) and manufacturing (12.3 percent vs -12.6 percent). Imports rose at a slower 4.2 percent to ISK 66.7 billion, led by industrial supplies (4.4 percent vs 3.9 percent), fuels and lubricants (49.1 percent vs -28.3 percent) and capital goods, except transport (11.3 percent vs 12.1 percent).





Thursday June 29 2017
Iceland Cpi Housing & Utilities at 415.70 Index Points


Cpi Housing Utilities in Iceland increased to 415.70 Index Points in June from 412 Index Points in May of 2017.





Thursday June 29 2017
Iceland Consumer Price Index (CPI) at 443.00 Index Points


Consumer Price Index CPI in Iceland remained unchanged at 443 Index Points in June from 443 Index Points in May of 2017.





Thursday June 29 2017
Iceland Core Consumer Prices at 250.20 Index Points


Core Consumer Prices in Iceland increased to 250.20 Index Points in June from 249.70 Index Points in May of 2017.





Thursday June 29 2017
Iceland Cpi Transportation at 150.11 Index Points


The transportation sub-index of the CPI basket in Iceland decreased to 150.11 Index Points in June of 2017 from 150.30 Index Points in May of 2017.





Thursday June 29 2017
Iceland Food Inflation at -3.50 percent


Cost of food in Iceland decreased 3.50 percent in June of 2017 over the same month in the previous year.





Thursday June 29 2017
Iceland Core Inflation Rate at 2.12 percent


Core Inflation Rate in Iceland increased 2.12 percent in June of 2017 over the same month in the previous year.





Thursday June 29 2017
Iceland Inflation Rate at 1.50 percent


Consumer prices in Iceland increased by 1.5 percent year-on-year in June 2017, easing from a 1.7 percent gain in the previous month. It was the lowest inflation rate since August last year, as a sharp drop in cost of transport (-7.2 percent from -5.6 percent in May); food and non-alcoholic beverages (-3.5 percent from -2.8 percent); and recreation and culture (-2 percent from -1.3 percent) weighed on inflation. By contrast, prices rose further for housing and utilities (13.7 percent from 13.1 percent in May) and miscellaneous goods and services (1.3 percent from 0.5 percent). Annual core inflation, which excludes agricultural products, vegetables, fruits and petrol, rose to 2.1 percent from 2 percent in May. On a monthly basis, consumer prices were unchanged.





Thursday June 29 2017
Iceland Inflation Rate MoM at 0.00 percent


The Consumer Price Index in Iceland decreased 0 percent in June of 2017 over the previous month.





Thursday June 29 2017
Iceland Government Debt to GDP at 54.00 percent


Iceland recorded a government debt equivalent to 54 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product in 2016.