Oct 25 2013
Consumer price index in October 2013

The Consumer Price Index based on prices in October 2013 is unchanged from the previous month at 415.2 points (May 1988=100). The CPI less housing cost is 393.7 points, 0.13% lower than in September.
The CPI is 3.6% higher in October 2013 than in October 2012 and the CPI less housing cost is 3.0% higher than one year ago. Over the last three months, the CPI has increased by 0.7%, equivalent to an annual inflation rate of 2.7% (2.6% for the CPI less housing cost).
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The CPI compiled in the middle of October 2013, 415.2 points, is applicable for indexation purposes in December 2013. The old credit terms index for December 2013 is 8,198 points.

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Dec 08 2017
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Fitch upgrades Iceland to ‘A’; outlook stable

Fitch Ratings announced today that it had upgraded Iceland‘s long-term foreign and local-currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) to ‘A’ from ‘A-’. The outlook is stable. The main rating drivers are economic stability, reduced external vulnerability and improvements in government debt ratios, supported by robust growth.


Medium-Term Debt Management Strategy 2018-2022

This strategy, which lays down objectives and criteria for Government debt management during the period 2018-2022, is presented on the basis of the fiscal plan in accordance with the Article 38 of the Act on Public Sector Finances, no. 123/2015. The strategy is to be presented annually. The Medium-Term Debt Management Strategy is presented over a horizon of five years and is based on the previous Strategy, issued in autumn 2016. The Medium-Term Debt Management Strategy 2018-2022 lays down the government’s plans for financing its activities during this period. The aim is to map out a clear debt management policy with quantitative targets.

Medium-Term Debt Management Strategy 2018-2022 (Pdf)