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In the third quarter of 2016 the current account surplus was 93.4 mil. euro

In the third quarter of 2016 the current account surplus was 93.4 mil. euro

05.12.2016

n the third quarter of 2016 the current account had a surplus of 93.4 mil. euro (1.5% of gross domestic product (GDP)).

Keyword tags: Analytics, Banks, Economics, Financial Services, GDP, Latvia



Latvian GDP has grown by 0.2% over the quarter and by 0.3% over the year

Latvian GDP has grown by 0.2% over the quarter and by 0.3% over the year

30.11.2016

Data compiled by the Central Statistical Bureau show that in the 3rd quarter of 2016, as compared to the 2nd quarter, gross domestic product (GDP) at constant prices increased by 0.2%, according to seasonally and calendar adjusted data.

Saeima passes Latvia's 2017 budget

Saeima passes Latvia's 2017 budget

24.11.2016

Saeima today passed Latvia's 2017 budget in the final reading, projecting budget revenues at more than EUR 8 bln and expenditures at EUR 8.4 bln next year, reports LETA.


Eurostat: Lithuania's Q3 annual GDP growth below EU average

Eurostat: Lithuania's Q3 annual GDP growth below EU average

15.11.2016

The annual growth of Lithuania's gross domestic product (GDP) in the third quarter of 2016 was slower than the average in the European Union (EU), according to EU's statistics agency Eurostat writes LETA/BNS.

Several indicators must be considered when interpreting economic activity in Estonia

Several indicators must be considered when interpreting economic activity in Estonia

14.11.2016

The economy is not doing as badly as it might seem from GDP alone, and additional stimulation might cause harm rather than good. Various sources indicate that economic activity increased in the third quarter. Further economic growth may be limited by the low rate of corporate investment


10.11.2016

Commission cuts Estonia's 2016 growth estimate to 1.1%

In its autumn 2016 economic forecast, the European Commission estimates the Estonian economy to grow just 1.1% this year, compared with a growth rate 1.9% forecast in a similar outlook in spring.

10.11.2016

European Commission projects Latvian economy to grow by 1.9% this year

The European Commission projects the Latvian economy to grow by 1.9% this year, Valdis Dombrovskis, the European Commission’s Vice President for the Euro and Social Dialogue, told LETA.

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