10.03.2016

The current account of the Estonian balance of payment was in surplus in 2015 by 394 million euros, or 1.9% of GDP, making it nearly twice as large as in 2014. The growth in the surplus was driven mainly by reductions of 16% in the deficit on the goods account and of 14% in the deficit on the... more

10.03.2016

In 2015 Estonia was again a net lender to other countries. Net external funding was made up of the investments of pension funds in securities and the claims of the general government against the European Union. Pension funds invested 224 million euros in foreign securities, while the foreign... more

12.02.2016

The flash estimate1 put the surplus on the current account of the Estonian balance of payments at 34 million euros in December 2015. The deficit on the goods account was smaller than a year before as goods exports increased while imports decreased. Exports of services remained the same, but... more

13.01.2016

The flash estimate1 put the Estonian current account at 42 million euros in surplus in November 2015. The deficit on the goods account was larger than that in November 2014, and the surplus on the services account was smaller. Exports of goods and services contracted over the year, but imports... more

14.12.2015

The flash estimate1 put the Estonian current account at 29 million euros in surplus in October 2015. The deficit on the goods account narrowed as imports fell faster than exports. Exports and imports of services also shrank, as turnover of travel services increased slightly but the figures for... more

09.12.2015

The current account of the Estonian balance of payments was in surplus in the third quarter of 2015 by 159 million euros, or 3.1% of GDP, which is 73% more than in the third quarter of 2014. The growth in the surplus was driven mainly by the primary income account, which reflects labour and... more

09.12.2015

The net outflow of capital shown in the financial account of the balance of payments was 214 million euros in the third quarter of 2015 because of investments by pension funds and the general government in debt securities. The general government invested 125 million euros in foreign debt... more

13.11.2015

The flash estimate1 put the Estonian current account balance at close to zero in September 2015. Exports and imports of goods and investment income were both down in September, while exports of services and other income increased at the same time. The total volume of credit and debit on the... more

06.11.2015
Tarass Snitsarenko Analyst of Statistics Department

A record number of visitors from abroad came to Estonia in the third quarter, with 2.1 million visits, which is 4% more than in the third quarter of last year. There were one third more visitors from Asian countries and they... more

14.10.2015

The flash estimate1 put the Estonian current account at 6 million euros in surplus in July 2015. Exports and imports of goods, services and investment income were all down in August. Exports and imports of other income were boosted by the active use of subsidies from the European Union... more

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