October
18.10.2017 Savings continue to grow faster than loans
16.10.2017 The current account surplus in August was smaller than it was a year ago
12.10.2017 Estonia to attend the Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank
06.10.2017 Prices continued to rise rapidly in September
September
29.09.2017 Ardo Hansson: companies have started to invest more
27.09.2017 Foreign trade increased faster in Estonia in 2016 than in the euro area as a whole
25.09.2017 Borrowing by households increased again in August
23.09.2017 The design for the two-euro coin for the Song Celebration will be chosen in a design competition for children
21.09.2017 The economy is sailing with a tailwind
20.09.2017 Investments in European securities will become cheaper for local investors
13.09.2017 Exports of both goods and services increased in July
07.09.2017 Faster inflation is mainly due to food prices
07.09.2017 The current account surplus remained large given the background of the rest of the economy
07.09.2017 The turnover of Estonia’s foreign trade hit record levels in the second quarter
August
31.08.2017 GDP growth was largely based on domestic demand in the second quarter
30.08.2017 Corporate profit grew faster than wages in the second quarter
23.08.2017 Household loans are growing at an ever faster rate
14.08.2017 Demand for labour remained strong in the second quarter
11.08.2017 Estonia’s activity in foreign markets continued to be large in June 2017
08.08.2017 Spending by inbound visitors up by 20 million euros in Q2
07.08.2017 Inflation was at its fastest for four years in July
July
26.07.2017 The number of e-commerce purchases in the second quarter was almost 25% higher than a year ago
25.07.2017 Growing interest income and good loan quality support the strong profitability of banks
24.07.2017 Corporate and household debt has started to increase faster alongside more rapid economic growth
14.07.2017 Exports of both goods and services increased in May 2017
10.07.2017 Inflation remained high in June because of rising food prices
03.07.2017 Eesti Pank will issue ten new coins in the next two years
June
26.06.2017 Household borrowing growing even more strongly
22.06.2017 Meeting of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank
20.06.2017 A two-euro commemorative coin dedicated to Estonian independence will enter circulation on 26 June
14.06.2017 Economic growth will get a boost from the need to invest in increasing productivity
13.06.2017 The current account was close to balance in April 2017
08.06.2017 The current account remains in surplus with backing from strong exports
08.06.2017 The current account of the Estonian balance of payments was in surplus in the first quarter
07.06.2017 Inflation picked up a little in May
02.06.2017 The costs of card payments have fallen primarily for larger businesses
May
31.05.2017 The size of the economy exceeded its potential
29.05.2017 Wages and productivity are better aligned
25.05.2017 Meeting of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank
24.05.2017 Housing loan portfolio up 6% year-on-year in April
15.05.2017 The work ability reform has brought additional people into the labour market
15.05.2017 Estonia's activity in foreign markets increased in March 2017
09.05.2017 The number of Estonian residents travelling to warm countries rose in the first quarter
08.05.2017 Inflation in Estonia this year is due to energy prices and rises in excise
April
27.04.2017 Payments in real time are becoming more popular in Europe
26.04.2017 The profitability of the banks remained at a similar level to last year in the first quarter
25.04.2017 Better alignment of growth in wages and productivity is threatened by labour shortages
21.04.2017 The two-euro coin for the centenary of Estonia will have the official centenary logo
21.04.2017 The debt burdens of the private and government sectors in Estonia did not change last year
20.04.2017 Financial stability could be threatened by rising prices and increasing transaction activity in the real estate market
20.04.2017 Estonia is to participate in the Spring Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank
13.04.2017 The current account was in surplus again in February 2017
11.04.2017 The common Baltic two-euro coin will feature the design by Lithuanian designer Justas Petrulis
07.04.2017 The rise in excise will continue to affect the consumer price index in the months ahead
04.04.2017 Eesti Pank is issuing the new fifty-euro banknote into circulation today
March
31.03.2017 The Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank approved the design of two coins
30.03.2017 The speed of growth in the Estonian economy is set by the competitiveness of the country and its companies
28.03.2017 Corporate and household deposits up 10% year-on-year in February
16.03.2017 One-off transactions pulled the current account into deficit in January 2017
15.03.2017 Eesti Pank is holding a seminar on coin design
09.03.2017 Rapid growth in exports led to a record surplus on the current account in 2016
09.03.2017 The surplus on the current account of the Estonian balance of payments reached a record level in 2016
08.03.2017 Foreign investment in Estonia in 2016 was again less than Estonian investment abroad
08.03.2017 Businesses need to be ready for the new 50-euro banknotes in less than a month
07.03.2017 Price rises in February were primarily due to higher prices for oil and food
07.03.2017 Eesti Pank is presenting the new fifty-euro note today and on Thursday in Tallinn
06.03.2017 Low-value coins dated with the current year are to enter circulation
06.03.2017 Eesti Pank and Statistics Estonia are organising research into the financial behaviour and consumption habits of Estonian households
03.03.2017 Eesti Pank announces a competition to design silver and gold collector coins for the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Republic of Estonia
02.03.2017 Ülo Kaasik: companies need certainty about the future for growth to be faster
02.03.2017 Slower growth in labour costs than in GDP is the first step to a recovery of competitiveness
February
28.02.2017 The shortage of investment is a problem in an otherwise strongly growing economy
28.02.2017 Eesti Pank is presenting the new fifty-euro note today in Võru
23.02.2017 The growth in housing loans was faster in January at 5.6% than it was a year earlier
23.02.2017 The Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank is to continue the current strategy of profit distribution
23.02.2017 Two two-euro commemorative coins will be issued into circulation for the anniversary of Estonia and the Baltic states
22.02.2017 Eesti Pank is inviting merchants to training seminars to introduce the new fifty-euro note
16.02.2017 Financing conditions are favourable for economic growth
15.02.2017 The position of employees in the labour market remained favourable
13.02.2017 Exports of both goods and services increased in December 2016
09.02.2017 Estonian residents travelled less in 2016, but they spent more on their travels
07.02.2017 Higher prices for commodities on global markets are passing into consumer prices
06.02.2017 Eesti Pank and Statistics Estonia change the division of domestic statistical work
03.02.2017 Eesti Pank announces two competitions to design coins
January
31.01.2017 Eesti Pank announces a competition to design a jointly-issued two-euro commemorative coin for the three Baltic states
26.01.2017 Meeting of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank
26.01.2017 Entries can be submitted for the design competition for the commemorative coin until the end of January
25.01.2017 Contactless payments are becoming more and more common
24.01.2017 The profitability of the banking sector declined last year
19.01.2017 The collector coins dedicated to Hanseatic Tallinn will be on sale from 9 February
19.01.2017 Low levels of investment activity mean that companies are borrowing less than before
16.01.2017 IMF Executive Board Concludes 2016 Article IV Consultation with the Republic of Estonia
13.01.2017 The current account surplus was twice as large in November 2016 as a year earlier
09.01.2017 The internationally renowned economist Barry Eichengreen is to give a lecture at Eesti Pank
06.01.2017 Inflation was at its fastest of the past three years in December
04.01.2017 There are three months left to prepare for the arrival of the new fifty-euro note