Icelandic Economic Weekly: 13 Dec­em­ber 2021

13 December 2021 - Landsbankinn

75,500 foreign passengers departed via Keflavík Airport in November.

Last week’s highlights

The week ahead

  • On Wednesday, the CBI will release payment intermediation for November.

Markets and Economic Overview

Icelandic Economic Weekly: 13 December 2021 (PDF)

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