12.12.2019 Eesti Pank finds that about 5% of people in Estonia get their incomes in cash
  • The majority of the population most commonly pay for their everyday purchases with a bankcard or in cash
  • At 92%, the great majority of people get their incomes paid to a bank account, ...
10.12.2019 Uncertainty has boosted saving

Uncertainty plays an important role in saving. The performance of the Estonian economy is overshadowed by uncertainty that has accompanied the stalling of efforts to find solutions to several global ...

10.12.2019 Growth in exports of goods and services expanded the current account surplus
 

Eesti Pank will release the preliminary statistics for the balance of payments, the international investment position and the external debt for the whole year 2019 together with an economic policy ...

06.12.2019 The annual rise in consumer prices remained moderate

Data from Statistics Estonia show that yearly growth in prices picked up to 1.8% in November. A similar slight rise in inflation was also felt in other euro area countries. Consumer prices in Estonia ...

06.12.2019 Meeting of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank

At this week’s regular meeting of the Eesti Pank Supervisory Board, Deputy Governor Ülo Kaasik presented the working version of the latest economic forecast from the central bank. The new forecast ...