Interest Rate in Lithuania
Lithuania - Interest RateGrowth appears to have remained upbeat in the second quarter after booming investment activity and solid export growth led a strong upturn in the first quarter. On the domestic front, tightening labor market conditions and a jump in consumer confidence following May’s presidential election boded well for household consumption growth. Furthermore, business confidence remained elevated throughout Q2, thanks to upbeat sentiment in the consumer, industrial and commercial sectors, suggesting sustained private investment growth. Externally, merchandise exports accelerated in April-May, demonstrating resilience to challenging external conditions. Meanwhile, on 25 June, the IMF concluded its Article IV mission. While it praised Lithuania’s macroeconomic and fiscal performance, the Fund highlighted the risk of increased public spending pressures going forward.
Lithuania - Interest Rate Data
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August 9, 2019
Consumer prices fell 0.3% month-on-month in July, following a milder 0.2% drop in June, and marking the strongest contraction so far this year. A breakdown of the sub-components provided by Statistics Lithuania showed that just 2 of the total 12 sub-components saw a fall in prices, led by considerably lower prices for clothing and footwear, which more than offset higher prices for recreation and culture; hotels, cafés and restaurants; and food.
July 30, 2019
Robust growth carried over into the second quarter of the year, according to preliminary national accounts data released by Lithuania’s Statistical Institute on 30 July.
July 23, 2019
Industrial output fell 1.0% in annual terms in June, contrasting May’s moderate 1.1% year-on-year increase.
July 9, 2019
Consumer prices fell 0.2% in June, contrasting May’s 0.2 increase and marking the first contraction since December 2018.
June 24, 2019
Industrial output ticked up 1.1% in May, decelerating sharply from April’s robust 16.5% year-on-year surge.