Icelandic Economic Weekly: 2 Aug­ust 2022

2 August 2022 - Landsbankinn

Purchasing power in June was 2.9% lower than it was in January 2022, when it had never been higher.

Last week’s highlights

Arion bank, Festi, Íslandsbanki and Marel published Q2 earnings.

Statistics Iceland released numbers on overnight stays in June.

The week ahead

On Friday, Statistics Iceland will publish numbers on the labour market in June.

Markets and Economic Overview

Icelandic Economic Weekly 2 August 2022 (PDF)

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