Special Publication 14: Iceland’s balance of payments and international investment position

The Central Bank of Iceland has published a report on Iceland´s balance of payments, external position and associated vulnerabilities. The report discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the balance of payments and external position in 2020 and sketches out a balance of payments scenario for 2021. Particular emphasis is placed on developments in the balance of payments and capital flows, as well as on the impact of changes in flows on external position and its composition, and on the domestic foreign exchange interbank market.

Exchange rate

  • USD
    124.80
  • GBP
    173.38
  • EUR
    150.50

Central Bank discontinues regular foreign currency sales

30 April 2021
Effective Monday 3 May 2021, the Central Bank will discontinue its regular foreign currency sales programme.

National Bank of Slovakia decision imposing sanctions and corrective measures for investment infringement by NOVIS

28 April 2021
The Central Bank of Iceland Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA Iceland) makes reference to previous press...

IMF mission concludes Article IV Consultation with Icelandic Authorities and other stakeholders

19 April 2021
The International Monetary Fund published its Concluding Statement today, after meeting with the Icelandic...

Special Publication 14: Iceland’s balance of payments and international investment position

03 May 2021
The Central Bank of Iceland has published a report on Iceland´s balance of payments, external position and...

Financial Stability 2021/1

14 April 2021
The Bank’s Financial Stability report 2021/1 presents an overview of the position of the financial system, its...

Annual Report 2020

07 April 2021
The Annual Report of the Central Bank of Iceland has been published on this website.