Central Bank of Iceland
The Monetary Policy Committee of the Central Bank of Iceland has decided to raise the bank’s interest rates by 1%. The bank’s key interest rate
In an effort to minimise long-term risk as well as household debt, the Central Bank of Iceland has adopted a maximum debt sevice-to-income ratio of
The Central Bank of Iceland is currently developing a domestic payment system that could be utilised if transactions with foreign payment card companies were halted.
The Central Bank of Iceland’s new macroeconomic forecast, published in the February Monetary Bulletin anticipates a growth of 2.5 GDP in 2021, and that the
The Monetary Policy Committee of the Central Bank of Iceland (CBI) has decided to lower the Bank’s interest rates by 0.25 percentage points. The Bank’s
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