Unemployment in Iceland
Iceland - UnemploymentThe economy likely ended 2018 on a weaker note, after significantly decelerating in Q3 on the back of a sharp contraction in both business and residential investment. Softer tourism growth, following years of surging visitor inflows, should have put a lid on growth in Q4. This is reflected by overnight tourist stays, which rose only modestly in December after a flat November print, thus weighing on hotel occupancy rates. Lastly, although consumer confidence tumbled in November, solid wage growth and a low unemployment rate should have supported private consumption in the quarter.
Iceland - Unemployment Data
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Iceland Unemployment Chart
Source: Statistics Iceland.
|Bond Yield||4.98||-0.99 %||Mar 11|
|Exchange Rate||121.3||-0.52 %||Mar 11|
|Stock Market||1,301||-0.32 %||Mar 11|
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