Iceland­ic Eco­nom­ic Weekly: Monday 24 June 2019

The Icelandic Tourist Board published its monthly tourism in figures report. Íslandsbanki issued a SEK-denominated bond.
24 June 2019

Last week's highlights

The Icelandic Tourist Board published its monthly tourism in figures report.

Íslandsbanki issued a SEK-denominated bond.

The week ahead

We expect the MPC to lower policy rates by 0.25 pp on Wednesday.

On Wednesday, Statistics Iceland will release CPI numbers for June. We expect a 0.4% increase between months and for headline inflation to be 3.4% y/y.

On Friday, the CBI will release its quarterly Economic Indicators.

Markets 24 June 2019

Macro Overview 24 June 2019

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