November 2021
26.11.2021
Eesti Pank is raising its capital buffer requirement for LHV Pank as a systemically important institution
26.11.2021
Brisk hiring of additional workers boosted wage growth
25.11.2021
The housing market continued to be very active in October
25.11.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. The average housing loan exceeded 100,000 euros for the first time
18.11.2021
NEW STATISTICAL RELEASE. The average interest rate on the term deposits of households was the lowest ever in the third quarter
15.11.2021
The labour market improved in the summer
15.11.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. The completion of the reorganisation of the second pension pillar reduced the foreign assets of credit institutions in September
12.11.2021
Experts and politicians considered how labour migration affects the Estonian economy
10.11.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. The assets of mandatory pension funds were down by 1.3 billion euros in the third quarter
09.11.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. Spending by foreign tourists in Estonia was down 340 million euros on its level from before the pandemic
05.11.2021
Energy prices will continue to pass through into consumer prices in the coming months
04.11.2021
Eesti Pank is setting itself green development targets
04.11.2021
Meeting of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank
03.11.2021
House buyers must consider whether they are able to repay their loan when interest rates rise
03.11.2021
The amounts of cash issued by Eesti Pank are larger than they were in the last quarter
02.11.2021
Estonian residents have a high opinion of local payment solutions
October 2021
29.10.2021
The Eesti Pank museum is hosting a display of euro coins with animal designs
28.10.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. Savings and Loan Associations increased their loans to businesses by around 5 million euros in the third quarter
27.10.2021
LABOUR MARKET REVIEW. Companies are again having difficulties in finding qualified labour
27.10.2021
Around 100 million euros withdrawn from the second pension pillar has been used for repaying loans
27.10.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE The volume of car leases issued to households was the largest ever in September
26.10.2021
Eesti Pank research awards go to Mathias Juust, Pauline Kommer and Danyl Denysenko
26.10.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. The turnover of payments in the third quarter was similar to that in the previous quarter
20.10.2021
Eesti Pank is issuing a two-euro coin dedicated to the Estonian national animal, the wolf
14.10.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. The balance of payments was affected most in August by the preparations of second pillar pension funds for withdrawals
13.10.2021
Meeting of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank
13.10.2021
Net borrowing by companies has increased due to large direct investments
11.10.2021
Eesti Pank is issuing a two-euro coin dedicated to the Estonian national animal, the wolf
11.10.2021
Estonia is attending the Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank
07.10.2021
Energy prices pushed inflation up across Europe
September 2021
27.09.2021
The recovery in the economy has led to growth in corporate borrowing
27.09.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. The average interest rate on housing loans was lower in August than ever before
22.09.2021
Responsible fiscal policy would help keep faster inflation in check
20.09.2021
Eesti Pank will issue the 2021 two-cent and 20-cent coins into circulation
13.09.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. Imports of goods grew faster than exports in July
09.09.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. Estonia was the eighth most popular destination in the European Union for foreign direct investment at the end of 2020
08.09.2021
Foreign trade boosted the increase in economic activity
08.09.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. The turnover of foreign trade was up 52% over the year in the second quarter
07.09.2021
Inflation continues to be driven by rising energy prices
07.09.2021
Banking in Europe must comply fully with globally agreed rules says Eesti Pank
02.09.2021
UPDATED! The silver coin for the 150th anniversary of the birth of Estonian statesman Friedrich Karl Akel will go on sale from today
01.09.2021
Meeting of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank
August 2021
31.08.2021
Future growth in the economy will depend on supply chains operating reliably
27.08.2021
Wages are rising as fast as they were before the pandemic
26.08.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. The volume of overdue loans was the smallest of the past nine years in July
18.08.2021
Eesti Pank is issuing a silver coin for the 150th anniversary of the birth of Estonian statesman Friedrich Karl Akel
16.08.2021
The restrictions laid down this spring did not step up unemployment
13.08.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE: Large-scale services imports stepped up the current account deficit in June
11.08.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE: The assets of voluntary pension funds have grown by half over the year
10.08.2021
Foreign travel by Estonians is recovering faster than travel by foreigners to Estonia
06.08.2021
Inflation is being driven by higher global prices for raw materials and imported goods
04.08.2021
Eesti Pank issued 255 million euros of cash in the second quarter
July 2021
29.07.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE: The share of doubtful claims in the loan portfolio of savings and loan associations is increasing
27.07.2021
The activity in the housing loan market cooled a little in June
27.07.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE: Households continued to borrow enthusiastically in June
26.07.2021
Experiment by central banks with the digital euro illustrated new possibilities for blockchain technology
26.07.2021
Contactless payments and online purchases became normal during the pandemic
26.07.2021
STATISTICAL RELEASE. The turnover of payments continued to grow strongly in the second quarter
20.07.2021
Eesti Pank continues to require caution from two large banks to reduce the risks from housing loans
20.07.2021
The central bank is to support projects presenting topics from economics
15.07.2021
The financial savings of households climbed to a record high in the first quarter
14.07.2021
Faster growth in imports than in exports led the current account into deficit in May
07.07.2021
Inflation has been faster than in Estonia's neighbours largely because of rising energy prices
June 2021
30.06.2021
With growth strong after the pandemic, we must not overlook the risk of overheating, says Ülo Kaasik
29.06.2021
The strong growth in bank deposits slowed in May
29.06.2021
The volume of housing loans issued in May was the largest for 13 years
21.06.2021
Private consumption will give a powerful short-term boost to economic growth
16.06.2021
The two-euro coin with a special Finno-Ugric design enters circulation today
14.06.2021
Exports and imports of both goods and services were up substantially in April
09.06.2021
Eesti Pank is issuing a two-euro coin for the Finno-Ugric peoples into circulation
09.06.2021
Alongside the strong exports of goods, exports of services grew for the first time in a long time
09.06.2021
Imports of goods and computer services led the current account into deficit in the first quarter
07.06.2021
Inflation pressure is strengthening because of the external environment
03.06.2021
The gap between the revenues and expenses of the state will remain wide even after the crisis says Madis Müller
May 2021
31.05.2021
GDP growth has exceeded expectations
27.05.2021
Wage growth accelerated despite the crisis
27.05.2021
Demand from households for car leases and consumption loans has recovered
27.05.2021
The deposits of Estonian households exceeded 10 billion euros in April for the first time
19.05.2021
The silver coin for the Tokyo Olympics is going on sale
17.05.2021
Republic of Estonia: Staff Concluding Statement of the Virtual 2021 Article IV Mission
17.05.2021
The IMF states that Estonia needs a robust plan for gradually rebuilding its fiscal buffers
17.05.2021
The new wave of the virus had little effect on the labour market
14.05.2021
Estonia was highly active in foreign markets in March
13.05.2021
Payouts from mandatory pension funds in the first quarter were the largest ever
11.05.2021
The continuing drop in foreign tourist numbers meant Estonia lost out on 145 million euros in the first quarter of 2021
07.05.2021
Rising food prices are starting to push up inflation
05.05.2021
Signs of overheating in the real estate market could lead the central bank to review the requirements for issuing housing loans
05.05.2021
Eesti Pank issued 217 million euros of cash in the first quarter
04.05.2021
Eesti Pank has confirmed the designs of the collector coins for next year
April 2021
29.04.2021
The statistics of savings and loan associations were affected most by the exclusion of one savings and loan association from the population
28.04.2021
The road to recovery and the role of central banks Speech by Madis Müller, Governor of Eesti Pank, at the CFA Society Finland virtual Forecast Dinner
28.04.2021
Better times are coming for the food industry says Madis Müller
28.04.2021
Competition pressure has pushed loan interest rates down
28.04.2021
The amount of corporate loans and leases issued in March was the largest of the past 18 months
27.04.2021
The two-euro coin for the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Society of Estonian Literati will use the design by Riho Luuse
26.04.2021
IMF Mission to visit Estonia
26.04.2021
The turnover of payments increased in the first quarter of 2021 as the turnover of card payments in points of sale fell
19.04.2021
Eesti Pank announces the competition for the research award dedicated to the memory of Urmas Sepp
19.04.2021
Estonia's strength during the crisis has come from integration and cooperation says Madis Müller
14.04.2021
The financial balance of the whole Estonian economy was affected most in the fourth quarter by large foreign investment
13.04.2021
Growth in imports of goods led the current account in February into deficit
13.04.2021
The new wave of the virus is slowing the recovery in the labour market
08.04.2021
Inflation will remain higher until the summer
07.04.2021
The central bank is allocating a quarter of its profit from last year to the state budget
06.04.2021
The silver coin dedicated to Hanseatic Pärnu is to go on sale
March 2021
30.03.2021
There is hope the economic crisis will be over by the autumn despite the difficulties
26.03.2021
By joint agreement of the Nordic and Baltic countries, Vitas Vasiliauskas will represent the region at the Executive Board of the IMF
25.03.2021
Bank deposits increased by twice as much as they did before the pandemic
25.03.2021
The average interest rate for housing loans issued in February was the lowest of the past three years
24.03.2021
Competitiveness increasingly means improving the well-being of people
17.03.2021
The second wave of the virus will postpone the economic recovery even further says Madis Müller
17.03.2021
The state of the economy and the role of the central bank in exiting the crisis
16.03.2021
Exports of both goods and services fell in January
10.03.2021
Estonia’s foreign trade turnover increased at the end of 2020
10.03.2021
Imports of computer services led the current account into a large deficit in the fourth quarter of 2020
05.03.2021
Expensive electricity raised inflation in February
03.03.2021
Growth in the economy is not hindered by access to funding
03.03.2021
The crisis has applied the brakes to wage growth
02.03.2021
Ülo Kaasik will continue as Deputy Governor of Eesti Pank
02.03.2021
Annual indicators for financial intermediaries 2020
01.03.2021
Growth in the Estonian economy in the fourth quarter was aided by the lack of restrictions
February 2021
25.02.2021
The growth in housing loans is being driven by strong demand and improved lending conditions
25.02.2021
Bank deposits continued to grow rapidly in January
15.02.2021
The labour market did not deteriorate in the fourth quarter
15.02.2021
Foreign investment in software development for car production increased imports of computer services in December and through that increased the current account deficit
12.02.2021
There are still two weeks to submit designs for four coins
10.02.2021
Contributions to voluntary pension funds were the largest ever in the fourth quarter
09.02.2021
The Covid-19 crisis in 2020 meant that foreign tourists spent a billion euros less in Estonia
05.02.2021
Prices stopped falling in January after doing so for nine months
03.02.2021
Eesti Pank issued 319 million euros of cash in the fourth quarter of 2020
January 2021
29.01.2021
Meeting of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank
28.01.2021
Estonian businesses are investing less than the European average in innovation says Madis Müller
28.01.2021
The coronavirus crisis has so far had little effect on the profitability of the banking sector
28.01.2021
The volume of housing loans issued in December was the largest for 12 years
27.01.2021
The aggregate profit of Savings and Loan Associations fell by one million euros over the year
25.01.2021
The average amount withdrawn from ATMs increased in the fourth quarter of last year
21.01.2021
Nordic-Baltic countries engage the IMF to conduct an analysis of cross-border money laundering and terrorist financing risks in the region
14.01.2021
Large foreign investment turned the Estonian economy into a net borrower in the third quarter
13.01.2021
Large imports of services in November pushed the current account into deficit
08.01.2021
Prices in Estonia fell by less last year than was expected in the spring