Sunday April 21 2019
Iceland - Credit Rating at 55.45


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Iceland stands at A with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Iceland was last set at A3 with positive outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Iceland was last reported at A with stable outlook.





Saturday April 20 2019
Iceland Three Month Interbank Rate at 4.67 percent


Iceland Three Month Interbank Rate was quoted at 4.67 percent on Friday April 19.





Wednesday April 17 2019
Iceland Part Time Employment at 44.60 Thousand


Part Time Employment in Iceland increased to 44.60 Thousand in the fourth quarter of 2018 from 36.30 Thousand in the third quarter of 2018.





Wednesday April 17 2019
Iceland Full Time Employment at 144.40 Thousand


Full Time Employment in Iceland decreased to 144.40 Thousand in the fourth quarter of 2018 from 155.20 Thousand in the third quarter of 2018.





Saturday April 13 2019
Iceland Car Registrations at 1461.00


Car Registrations in Iceland increased to 1461 in March from 1093 in February of 2019.





Saturday April 13 2019
Iceland Foreign Exchange Reserves at 764985.02 ISK Million


Foreign Exchange Reserves in Iceland increased to 764985.02 ISK Million in March from 752202.46 ISK Million in February of 2019.





Saturday April 13 2019
Iceland Gross National Income at 1468662.00 ISK Million


Gross National Product in Iceland increased to 1468662 ISK Million in 2018 from 1420499 ISK Million in 2017.





Saturday April 13 2019
Iceland Job Vacancies at 185.00


Job Vacancies in Iceland increased to 185 in March from 149 in February of 2019.





Wednesday April 10 2019
Iceland Current Account to GDP at 3.30 percent


Iceland recorded a Current Account surplus of 3.30 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product in 2017.





Thursday April 04 2019
Iceland Imports at 62900.00 ISK Million


Imports to Iceland advanced 10.7 percent year-on-year to ISK 62.9 billion in March 2019, boosted by purchases of industrial supplies (2.4 percent); capital goods, except transport (39.3 percent); consumer goods (19.7 percent) and fuels & lubricants (17.6 percent). In contrast, imports of transport equipment declined (-22.5 percent).