09.03.2017
  • The surplus on the current account in 2016 was 555 million euros, or 2.7% of GDP, and it increased mainly because the net outflow of investment income decreased
  • The balance for goods and services totalled 869 million euros, which was about the same as a year earlier
  • The... more
08.03.2017
  • The net capital outflow of 554 million euros was primarily a consequence of intra-group loans by financial intermediary companies and investments in foreign securities by pension funds
  • Debt assets increased by 0.2 billion euros over the year, debt liabilities shrank by the same... more
13.02.2017

The flash estimate1 put the Estonian current account at 65 million euros in surplus in December 2016. The surplus on the goods and services account doubled over the year to 74 million euros. The growth of 6% in goods exports at the end of the year was faster than the 5% in imports, so the... more

06.02.2017
  • Eesti Pank will start to compile financial account statistics showing financial flows between the sectors of the economy in full from the autumn
  • Statistics Estonia will start to compile the economic statistics for foreign subsidiaries in full

From autumn the central... more

14.12.2016

The flash estimate[1] put the Estonian current account at 37 million euros in surplus in October 2016. The surplus on the goods and services account was around the same as a year earlier at 67 million euros. The growth of 2% in goods exports was slower than the 4% in imports, and this increased... more

09.12.2016
  • The current account surplus was 289 million euros in the third quarter of 2016, or 5.5% of GDP, having been 3.3% of GDP in the third quarter of 2015. The increase in the surplus was backed by growth in the surplus on goods and services and a reduction in the net outflow of investment income... more
14.10.2016

The flash estimate1 put the Estonian current account at 98 million euros in surplus in August 2016. The surplus on the goods and services account was 139 million euros, which was 36 million euros more than at the same time a year earlier. The growth of 12% in goods exports was faster than the 9... more

30.09.2016
The euro area economy as a whole grew faster in 2015 than in the preceding years, and by the end of the year total output had reached about the same level as before the crisis. Economic growth in Estonia unfortunately slowed and was the slowest of the past six years, remaining below the long-term... more
23.09.2016
  • Estonia’s foreign direct investment position* at the end of 2015 put it behind only Hungary in volume among the newer European members from Central and Eastern Europe
  • The Estonian current account in 2015 posted its largest surplus since independence was regained
  • Both... more
09.05.2016

There were 3% fewer visits to Estonia by non-residents in the first quarter of 2016 than in the first quarter of 2015. The number of overnight visits and the length of such stays remained the same, but the number of same-day visits was down 5%.

Residents of the European Union visited... more

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