Date: 08.11.2019.

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 13.12.2019, 16:33

During the year, the average level of consumer prices increased by 2.3%

During the year, the average level of consumer prices increased by 2.3%

08.11.2019

The latest data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that in October 2019, compared to October 2018, the average level of consumer prices* rose by 2.3 %. Prices of goods increased by 1.9% and prices of services by 3.0%.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Inflation, Latvia, Retail, Statistics



Gazprom and Uniper discuss gas supplies and Nord Stream

Gazprom and Uniper discuss gas supplies and Nord Stream

08.11.2019

A working meeting between Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, and Andreas Schierenbeck, Chairman of the Management Board of Uniper, took place today in St. Petersburg.

Last issue of Dienas Bizness newspaper published on Friday

Last issue of Dienas Bizness newspaper published on Friday

08.11.2019

The last issue of Dienas Bizness newspaper was published on Friday; from now on, a weekly magazine with the same name will be published every Tuesday, said Janis Marsans, co-owner and board member at Izdevnieciba Dienas Bizness publishing house.


All Media Baltics to switch to TV3 brand from December

All Media Baltics to switch to TV3 brand from December

08.11.2019

Starting from December, media group All Media Baltics will be operating under the TV3 brand in the Baltic states, informed LETA.

Chief economist of SEB on economic climate: autumn mood with hopes of a spring recovery

Chief economist of SEB on economic climate: autumn mood with hopes of a spring recovery

08.11.2019

According to SEB Bank’s chief economist Daniel Bergvall, one of the main presenters of the Nordic Real Estate Forum taking place in Tallinn at the end of November, this autumn the picture of a globally synchronised deceleration in economic growth has been clear and concerning – but not entirely without glimmers of hope. Record-high political uncertainty has been offset by new monetary easing.



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