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Icelandic Economic Weekly: 27 Sept­em­ber 2021

Fitch Ratings affirmed Iceland’s sovereign rating at ‘A’, with a negative outlook last week.
27 September 2021 - Landsbankinn

Last week’s highlights

The week ahead

  • On Tuesday, Statistics Iceland will release CPI numbers for September. We expect a 0.5% increase between months and headline inflation to increase from 4.3% to 4.4%.
  • On Wednesday, the CBI will release the statement of its Financial Stability Committee as well as publishing its bi-annual Financial Stability report.
  • On Thursday, the CBI will publish its quarterly Economic Indicators.

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Icelandic Economic Weekly 27 September 2021 (PDF)

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