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Swedbank: Price pressures are easing


In April, consumer prices increased by 13.5% compared to the same month last year and by 2.0% compared to the previous month. Compared to last month, prices rose quite a lot due to the end of government energy subsidies to

Swedbank: Baltic HAI – The likely end of boom years


The housing affordability index (HAI) slipped as abnormal price growth gained momentum. Falling affordability and purchasing power, as well as bleak expectations, are likely to curb demand and stifle price growth. The record-high housing affordability that we have seen over

Swedbank: Baltic consumer spending observer: Feasting now, fasting later?


Card spending shows that people are slow in adjusting their spending habits despite collapsing purchasing power Card turnover, adjusted for inflation, has started limping in recent months People keep spending considerably more than last year or before the pandemic and

Net asset value of the EfTEN United Property Fund as of 30.06.2022

EfTEN United Property Fund

The net asset value (NAV) of the EfTEN United Property Fund was 10.82 euros as of June 30, 2022, increasing by 1.8% over the month. Since the start of the fund in June 2021, the NAV of the fund has

Swedbank: Rapid inflation weighs on consumption in Estonia


In June, consumer prices rose by 21.9% year-on-year and by 2.7% month-on-month. The price increase accelerated again in annual and monthly terms. Energy accounted for around 60% of the total increase in prices. The price of electricity has doubled, and

Swedbank: Inflation remains rapid


Consumer prices increased by 20.0%, over the year, and 1.9%, over the month, in Estonia. Prices were lifted by more expensive energy and food. Energy accounted for two-thirds of the increase in the cost of the average consumption basket. Electricity

Swedbank: Inflation close to 20% in Estonia


Consumer prices rose more than expected in April. Prices grew by 18.8% year-on-year and 3.6% month-on-month. Inflation accelerated due to the end of government’s energy subsidies on electricity, gas, and central heating in March. Ukrainian refugees lifted rental prices, which

Swedbank: Rapid price growth to continue in Estonia


In February consumer prices rose by 12.0%, year-on-year, and 1.5%, month-on-month. Prices were lifted mainly by energy and food, although the increase in consumer prices is becoming more widespread, as rising production costs and supply disruptions are affecting a large

Swedbank: Prices will grow faster than wages this year


Wage growth was rapid in the fourth quarter of last year (+7.3%, over the year), but uneven, and lagged price rises. Swedbank estimates that the average net wage will increase by 6% this year, but consumer prices will increase even

Swedbank: Food prices jumped in Estonia


Consumer prices rose by 11.3% in a year and -0.1% in a month in Estonia. Although electricity and gas prices fell compared to December, food prices rose significantly. Food prices showed such a rapid month-on-month growth rate previously 15 years

Swedbank: Inflation super rapid in December in Estonia


Prices increased by 12.2%, over the year, in December. Inflation reached 12% last time in the 1990s. More than half of the price increase came from higher energy prices, mainly electricity. The rise in consumer prices is expected to accelerate

Swedbank: Wage growth remains rapid in Estonia


The average gross wage growth accelerated to 7.8% in the third quarter. Average wages have risen above pre-crisis levels in all sectors. Income inequality among wage earners has increased this year. Labor shortages and rising minimum wages keep wage growth

Swedbank: Labour shortages hamper growth in Estonia


The crisis is receding in the labour market. The unemployment rate declined to 5.7% in the third quarter. The unemployment rate is still relatively high, but the lack of suitable labour is a growing concern. 40-50% of employers report labour

Swedbank: Inflation accelerated in October


In October, consumer prices increased by 7.0%, over the year, in Estonia. Around half of the increase in prices came from more expensive energy. Wages and pensions have risen as much as prices so far. Higher prices have not yet

Swedbank: Inflation accelerated further in Estonia


In September, consumer prices increased by 6.6%, over the year. 60% of the increase in prices came from energy products, especially more expensive electricity and motor fuels.  Wages and pensions have risen at least as much as prices.  Higher prices

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