Iceland Consumer Confidence  2001-2017 | Data | Chart | Calendar

Consumer Confidence in Iceland increased to 125.80 in February from 121.60 in January of 2017. Consumer Confidence in Iceland averaged 93.47 from 2001 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 154.93 in May of 2007 and a record low of 19.54 in January of 2009.

Iceland Consumer Confidence
Receive the next reported value for Iceland Consumer Confidence in you Inbox



We will not not share your email with third parties and you can unsubscribe at any time.
Please Paste this Code in your Website



Iceland Consumer Last Previous Highest Lowest Unit
Consumer Confidence 125.80 121.60 154.93 19.54 [+]
Consumer Spending 183054.00 156502.00 183054.00 92551.00 ISK Million [+]
Disposable Personal Income 2949.10 2769.70 2949.10 818.50 ISK Thousand [+]
Gasoline Prices 1.80 1.70 2.24 1.05 USD/Liter [+]



Iceland Consumer Confidence Notes

Gallup/Capacent Consumer Sentiment measures future expectations of Icelandic households on the economy, employment and income. The sentiment index is based on 5 questions assessing: current economic situation and expectations in 6 months, current situation in the labor market and expectations in 6 months, and expectations towards the household's total income in 6 months. For each question, the number of positive answers is divided by the number of positive and negative answers. The value of 100 means that the number of positive and negative participants is equal. If the index has a value greater than 100 it means that more participants are positive and vice versa. This page provides the latest reported value for - Iceland Consumer Confidence - plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news. Iceland Consumer Confidence - actual data, historical chart and calendar of releases - was last updated on March of 2017.

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
125.80 121.60 154.93 19.54 2001 - 2017 Monthly
NSA



Last
Albania -9.60 Dec/16
Argentina 40.95 Mar/17
Armenia 42.60 Jun/16
Australia 99.70 Mar/17
Austria 6.00 Feb/17
Azerbaijan 23.80 Sep/14
Belgium 0.00 Mar/17
Brazil 104.40 Feb/17
Bulgaria -25.40 Mar/17
Canada 52.09 Mar/17
Cape Verde 10.00 Dec/16
Chile 37.00 Feb/17
China 109.20 Jan/17
Colombia -24.30 Feb/17
Croatia -13.70 Feb/17
Cyprus -3.20 Feb/17
Czech Republic 108.20 Feb/17
Denmark 6.20 Mar/17
Ecuador 40.10 Oct/16
Egypt 64.00 Dec/16
Estonia -1.80 Feb/17
Euro Area -5.00 Mar/17
European Union -5.20 Feb/17
Finland 20.80 Feb/17
France 100.00 Feb/17
Georgia -26.70 Jan/17
Germany 9.80 Apr/17
Greece -73.30 Feb/17
Hong kong 93.00 Dec/16
Hungary -12.40 Feb/17
Iceland 125.80 Feb/17
India 136.00 Dec/16
Indonesia 117.10 Feb/17
Ireland 100.70 Feb/17
Israel -16.20 Feb/17
Italy 106.60 Feb/17
Japan 43.10 Feb/17
Kazakhstan 78.00 Dec/16
Kyrgyzstan 27.80 Dec/16
Latvia -16.40 Feb/17
Lithuania -10.00 Feb/17
Luxembourg 9.40 Feb/17
Malaysia 69.80 Dec/16
Malta 3.80 Feb/17
Mexico 75.70 Feb/17
Morocco 73.50 Dec/16
Netherlands 16.00 Mar/17
New Zealand 111.90 Mar/17
Nigeria -29.80 Dec/16
Norway 5.20 Mar/17
Oman 78.80 Dec/16
Pakistan 174.85 Jan/17
Peru 87.00 Feb/17
Philippines 9.20 Dec/16
Poland -1.90 Feb/17
Portugal -4.40 Feb/17
Qatar 184.30 Sep/16
Romania -13.80 Feb/17
Russia -18.00 Dec/16
Saudi Arabia 94.00 Dec/16
Slovakia -6.90 Feb/17
Slovenia -9.00 Mar/17
South Africa -10.00 Dec/16
South Korea 94.40 Feb/17
Spain 95.10 Feb/17
Sweden 104.50 Feb/17
Switzerland -3.00 Mar/17
Taiwan 77.63 Feb/17
Thailand 75.80 Feb/17
Turkey 67.80 Mar/17
Ukraine 56.20 Feb/17
United Arab Emirates 108.00 Dec/16
United Kingdom -6.00 Feb/17
United States 97.60 Mar/17
Venezuela 57.00 Dec/16
Vietnam 112.00 Dec/16