Tuesday October 17 2017
Iceland Harmonised Consumer Prices at 98.70 Index Points


Harmonised Consumer Prices in Iceland decreased to 98.70 Index Points in September from 100.20 Index Points in August of 2017.





Tuesday October 17 2017
Iceland Three Month Interbank Rate at 4.40 percent


Iceland Three Month Interbank Rate was quoted at 4.40 percent on Monday October 16.





Saturday October 14 2017
Iceland Car Registrations at 1808.00 Cars


Car Registrations in Iceland decreased to 1808 Cars in September from 2300 Cars in August of 2017.





Saturday October 14 2017
Iceland Foreign Exchange Reserves at 688419.31 ISK Million


Foreign Exchange Reserves in Iceland increased to 688419.31 ISK Million in September from 688209.64 ISK Million in August of 2017.





Saturday October 14 2017
Iceland Job Vacancies at 208.00


Job Vacancies in Iceland decreased to 208 in September from 304 in August of 2017.





Saturday October 07 2017
Iceland House Price Index at 415.50 Index Points


Housing Index in Iceland increased to 415.50 Index Points in September from 410.40 Index Points in August of 2017.





Saturday October 07 2017
Iceland Consumer Confidence at 106.80


Consumer Confidence in Iceland increased to 106.80 in September from 106.10 in August of 2017.





Thursday October 05 2017
Iceland Imports at 64200.00 ISK Million


Imports to Iceland jumped 29.4 percent from the previous year to ISK 64.2 billion in September 2017, due to higher purchases of fuels and lubricants (72.7 percent), capital goods (46 percent), transport equipment (30.5 percent), industrial supplies (23.2 percent) and consumer goods (13.9 percent). In contrast, imports of food and beverages fell 14.3 percent.





Thursday October 05 2017
Iceland Exports at 45000.00 ISK Million


Exports from Iceland declined 2.8 percent from the previous year to ISK 45.0 billion in September 2017, as a fall in sales of manufactured products (-5.9 percent) and other products (-7.7 percent) offset an increase in exports of marine products (1.5 percent).





Thursday October 05 2017
Iceland Balance of Trade at -19200.00 ISK Million


Iceland's trade gap widened sharply to ISK 19.2 billion in September 2017 from ISK 3.3 billion in the same month a year earlier. Imports jumped 29.4 percent from the previous year to ISK 64.2 billion, due to higher purchases of fuels and lubricants (72.7 percent), capital goods (46 percent), transport equipment (30.5 percent), industrial supplies (23.2 percent) and consumer goods (13.9 percent). In contrast, imports of food and beverages fell 14.3 percent. Meanwhile, exports declined 2.8 percent to ISK 45.0 billion, as a fall in sales of manufactured products (-5.9 percent) and other products (-7.7 percent) offset an increase in exports of marine products (1.5 percent). Year-to-date, the trade deficit widened to ISK 133.6 billion from ISK 90.3 billion in the same period of 2016.