Sunday April 23 2017
Iceland Harmonised Consumer Prices at 98.50 Index Points


Harmonised Consumer Prices in Iceland decreased to 98.50 Index Points in March from 99.10 Index Points in February of 2017.





Sunday April 23 2017
Iceland Three Month Interbank Rate at 5.22 percent


Iceland Three Month Interbank Rate was quoted at 5.22 percent on Friday April 21.





Sunday April 23 2017
Iceland Job Vacancies at 279.00


Job Vacancies in Iceland decreased to 279 in March from 350 in February of 2017.





Friday April 21 2017
Iceland Car Registrations at 2711.00 Cars


Car Registrations in Iceland increased to 2711 Cars in March from 1811 Cars in February of 2017.





Friday April 21 2017
Iceland Foreign Exchange Reserves at 823982.15 ISK Million


Foreign Exchange Reserves in Iceland increased to 823982.15 ISK Million in March from 810859.34 ISK Million in February of 2017.





Wednesday April 12 2017
Iceland Balance of Trade at -16200.00 ISK Million


Iceland recorded goods trade deficit of ISK 16.2 billion in March, compared to ISK 21.8 billion gap a year earlier. Exports shrank 10.6 percent to ISK 39.5 billion, dragged down by a decline in sales of marine (-20.1 percent vs -65 percent in February) and manufacturing products (-3.5 percent vs -26.9 percent) and slower growth in exports of agricultural products (8.3 percent vs 80 percent). Imports declined at a faster 16 percent, led by transport equipment (-57.9 percent vs 95.1 percent), capital goods (-9.2 percent vs 12.9 percent) and food and beverages (-15.7 percent from 2.7 percent).





Wednesday April 12 2017
Iceland Exports at 39500.00 ISK Million


Exports from Iceland shrank 10.6 percent year-on-year to ISK 39.5 billion in March of 2017, dragged down by marine products (-20.1 percent vs -65 percent in February) and manufacturing (-3.5 percent vs -26.9 percent). Also, agricultural products sales slowed (8.3 percent vs 80 percent).





Wednesday April 12 2017
Iceland Imports at 55700.00 ISK Million


Imports to Iceland declined 16 percent year-on-year to ISK 55.7 billion in March of 2017, led by transport equipment (-57.9 percent vs 95.1 percent), capital goods (-9.2 percent vs 12.9 percent) and food and beverages (-15.7 percent from 2.7 percent).





Wednesday April 12 2017
Iceland Corporate Tax Rate at 20.00 percent


The Corporate Tax Rate in Iceland stands at 20 percent.





Tuesday April 11 2017
Iceland Sales Tax Rate | VAT at 24.00 percent


The Sales Tax Rate in Iceland stands at 24 percent.