Interest Rate in Estonia
Estonia - Interest RateGrowth appears to have run out of steam in the second quarter, after accelerating to an over one-year high in Q1 on the back of surging fixed investment and public spending growth. Industrial output growth slumped in April–May, which, coupled with a considerable deterioration in business sentiment across the industrial and construction sectors in Q2, pointed to faltering private sector activity in the quarter. Furthermore, household consumption growth likely weakened in the second quarter as inflation jumped and average consumer confidence dipped into negative territory in Q2, while the unemployment rate rose in April. On a more positive note, merchandise export growth remained robust in April–May, demonstrating a resilient external sector despite a wider slowdown in the EU.
Estonia - Interest Rate Data
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Source: European Central Bank.
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August 12, 2019
Consumer prices fell 0.1% from the previous month in July, contrasting a 0.2% uptick in June and marking the first contraction since January 2019.
July 31, 2019
Industrial output fell 3.8% in annual working-day adjusted terms in June, contrasting a 1.2% year-on-year increase in May.
July 12, 2019
Consumer prices rose 0.2% from the previous month in May, unchanged from the previous month’s result.
July 4, 2019
Industrial production rose 1.2% in annual working-day adjusted terms in May, contrasting a 0.3% year-on-year dip in April, which marked the first contraction since November 2017.
June 14, 2019
Consumer prices rose 0.2% from the previous month in May, decelerating markedly from April’s 1.3% rise—which had marked the strongest monthly increase in over two years.