Wednesday June 28 2017
Malta Retirement Age - Men at 62.00


Retirement Age Men in Malta remained unchanged at 62 in 2017 from 62 in 2016.





Wednesday June 28 2017
Malta Retirement Age - Women at 62.00


Retirement Age Women in Malta remained unchanged at 62 in 2017 from 62 in 2016.





Wednesday June 28 2017
Malta Current Account to GDP at 7.90 percent


Malta recorded a Current Account surplus of 7.90 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product in 2016.





Wednesday June 28 2017
Malta Current Account at 56944.00 EUR Thousand


Malta recorded a Current Account surplus of 56944 EUR Thousand in the first quarter of 2017.





Wednesday June 28 2017
Malta Retail Price Index at 99.93 Index Points


Consumer Price Index CPI in Malta increased to 99.93 Index Points in May from 99.87 Index Points in April of 2017.





Wednesday June 28 2017
Malta Unemployment Rate at 4.20 percent


The unemployment rate in Malta decreased to 4.2 percent in the first quarter of 2017 compared to 4.9 percent in the same quarter of the previous year. The number of unemployed persons declined by 1,339 to 8,359 while employed rose by 5,106 to 192,277. The employment rate increased to 65.8 percent (64.3 percent in Q1 2016) and the activity rate went up to 68.7 percent (67.7 percent in Q1 2016).





Wednesday June 28 2017
Malta Asylum Applications at 105.00 persons


Asylum Applications in Malta decreased to 105 persons in April from 160 persons in March of 2017.





Wednesday June 28 2017
Malta Capital Flows at 474872.00 EUR Thousand


Malta recorded a capital and financial account surplus of 474872 EUR Thousand in the first quarter of 2017.





Wednesday June 28 2017
Malta Producer Prices at 95.13 Index Points


Producer Prices in Malta increased to 95.13 Index Points in May from 93.83 Index Points in April of 2017.





Wednesday June 28 2017
Malta Producer Prices Change at 0.65 percent


The industrial producer price index in Malta increased 0.65 percent year-on-year in May of 2017, following a 1.8 percent fall in April. It is the highest gain in producer prices since April of 2016, boosted by a 1.91 percent jump in cost of intermediate goods (-3.56 percent in April) and a 0.99 percent rise in capital goods (1.03 percent in April). On the other hand, prices fell 0.92 percent for consumer goods (-0.94 percent) and were flat for energy (same as in April). On a monthly basis, producer prices went up 1.38 percent.