In August 2022, there were 1,472,200 overnight stays in Iceland which exceeds August in all previous years. Foreign overnight stays were 81% thereof, or 1,188,200, which is 70% increase from the previous year (699,900). Domestic overnight stays were 284,000 which is a 16% decrease from the previous year.
The producer price index for August 2022 decreased by 0.2% from the previous month. The production price of marine products increased by 4.0%, but the production price of power-intensive industries decreased by 4.5%. The food production price increased by 0.5%. Figures have been updated.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI), based on prices in September 2022, is 555.6 points (May 1988=100), 0.09% higher than in the previous month. The CPI less housing cost is 460.0 points, 0.09% higher than in August 2022.
There was one corporate insolvency registered in August 2022. Due to court recess, there are typically fewer insolvency claims in August than during other months of the year. Figures have been updated.