Monetary Policy Committee report to Parliament
The Monetary Policy Committee report to Parliament on the Committee's work during the second half of 2017 has been published on the Central Bank’s website.
The Act on the Central Bank of Iceland stipulates that the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Iceland submit to Parliament a report on its activities twice a year and that the contents of the report be discussed in the Parliamentary committee of the Speaker’s choosing. The Act requires that the MPC meet at least eight times each year. Since the last Report was sent to Parliament, the Committee has held four regular meetings, and the most recent interest rate decision was announced 13 December 2017. The most recent report discusses the work of the Committee from July to December 2017.
See the report here: Report to Parliament from the MPC, second half of 2017
Past reports on the work of the MPC.