The Consumer Price Index (CPI) based on prices in November 2022, is 560.9 points (May 1988=100), 0.29% higher than in the previous month. The CPI less housing cost is 463.3 points, 0.06% higher than in October 2022.
In the first three quarters of 2022, the value of catch of Icelandic vessels was 150 billion ISK according to preliminary statistics, 26% more than during the same period in 2021. The catch was 1.2 million tonnes but was 813 thousand tonnes in 2021.
The producer price index for October 2022 decreased by 1.8% from the previous month. The production price of marine products increased by 1.7%, but the production price of power-intensive industries decreased by 6.9%. The food production price increased by 1.8%. Figures have been updated.
In 2021, 5,042 residential buildings were under construction in Iceland, which is an increase of 1,148 buildings between years. Of the total number, 2,892 residential buildings were under construction in the Capital area. The construction of 4,338 residential buildings was started in Iceland in 2021 and 3,190 buildings were completed. Figures have been updated.