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Estonian economy dropped less than expected in Q2


In the second quarter of 2020, Estonian economy dropped by 6.9% y/y in real terms and 8.4% in nominal terms. Seasonally and working day adjusted GDP dropped by 5.6% q/q. The result exceeded our expectations on the upside. In the

Swedbank: Situation in the labour market has deteriorated in Estonia


 The unemployment rate increased moderately in the second quarter but has been stable since then. We expect the unemployment rate to reach around 8% this year and then decrease again next year.  According to Statistics Estonia, employment fell by 3.6%

The steep decline in taxes contracted Estonian GDP in the first quarter


In Estonia, GDP contracted 0.7% yoy (non-adjusted) and 3.7% qoq (seasonally and working day adjusted) in 1Q The steep fall in VAT and excise taxes contributed negatively, while the gross value added increased 2% yoy.  There were more economic activities

Swedbank: Wage growth should ease in 2020


Wage growth remained relatively rapid and broad-based in the fourth quarter. Statistics Estonia’s wage data showed a slowdown in the annual growth rate of the full-time-equivalent average gross wage (+6.4%, over the year) in Q4 2019, mostly due to a

Swedbank: Last year’s economic growth surprised on the upside


In 2019, Estonian GDP growth was 4.3% y/y in real terms and 7.7% y/y in nominal terms. Although, the growth slowed from previous year, it was still strong and exceeded our expectations – our forecast, published in January, was 3.7%.

Flash comment: Estonia – Inflation should remain moderate this year


Inflation was relatively weak at the end of last year, given the rapid growth in wages and other income. Inflation was moderate due to weak external price pressures and lower excise tax rates on alcohol. In December, inflation amounted to

Swedbank: Rapid wage growth continued


Wage growth remained rapid and broad-based in the third quarter. The average full-time-equivalent gross wage amounted to EUR 1,397, up by 8.2%, over the year. Tax Authority’s gross median wage amounted to EUR 1,100, up by 10% in a year. 

Swedbank: Robust economic expansion continued in the third quarter


Estonia’s GDP grew 4.1% y/y and 1.0% q/q (seasonally and calendar adjusted) in the third quarter this year. Non-adjusted annual growth was 4.2% in real terms and 7.3% in nominal terms. The growth was above our expectations.  Economic growth is

Swedbank: Lower economic growth is expected to cool the labour market


New record According to Statistics Estonia, in the 3rd quarter, the unemployment rate decreased even further to a record-low 3.9%. The estimated number of the employed reached 677,000, the highest number since at least the re-independence (earlier data is not

Swedbank: Economic growth is still strong despite weakened foreign demand


In the second quarter of 2019, Estonian GDP growth slowed to 3.6% y/y in real terms and to 7.9% y/y in nominal terms. In the first half of this year, GDP growth was 4.2% in real terms. Although, the growth

Swedbank: Estonia – Wage pressures expected to ease a bit next year


Wage growth is rapid and broad-based. The average gross wage amounted to EUR 1,419, up by 7.4%, over the year, in the second quarter. Wage growth was broad-based, in terms of sectors and levels. Tax Authority’s wage data show that

SEB: Nordic economic overview: wage growth changes the Estonian economy

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The economy is increasingly relying on central banks When at the end of last year, financial markets were hit by true panic regarding the future of the world economy, today we dare to look into tomorrow with slightly improved optimism.

Swedbank: Neighbouring countries’ impact on the Estonian economy is waning


Finland, Sweden, Latvia, and Russia – Estonian closest neighbours – contribute about one-fifth to Estonian GDP through exports. The share of the four neighbouring countries’ tourists’ expenditure is about 60% of the expenditure of all tourists. Finland and Sweden have

Flash comment Estonia: 2018 – another strong economic year in Estonia


In 2018, Estonian GDP growth slowed to 3.9% in real terms and to 8.6% in nominal terms and was supported by domestic demand and strong foreign demand. The growth was still strong and only slightly exceeded our expectations – our

Swedbank Flash comment: Economic growth accelerates to 4.2% yoy in the third quarter


In the third quarter, Estonian GDP growth accelerated to 4.2% yoy in real terms. Compared to the previous quarter GDP increased 0.4%, seasonally and working day corrected. In nominal terms, GDP increased 9.5% in the third quarter and 8.5% ytd.

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