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National Accounts:
National Accounts, Quarterly, Seasonally Adjusted

   
    Q1 1995    
 
 
    Q4 2021
Name Q4 2021 Q3 2021 Q4 2020 Units
GDP by Expenditure
Gross Domestic Product - Total Constant Prices (real)
682,060,596,850.00000 667,205,955,172.00000 656,286,578,122.00000 National Currency
Government Final Consumption Expenditure
163,101,288,583.00000 162,326,230,840.00000 160,494,482,406.00000 National Currency
Exports of Goods and Services
291,269,825,811.00000 268,249,244,364.00000 245,329,174,126.00000 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Less: Imports of Goods and Services
320,768,504,516.00000 294,535,232,411.00000 236,504,172,896.00000 Chn. 2000 National Currency Units
Private Final Consumption Expenditure
388,152,437,861.00000 373,237,720,628.00000 345,134,412,936.00000 National Currency
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
155,684,158,001.00000 152,700,373,124.00000 136,921,826,858.99998 National Currency
Current Prices (nominal)
Exports of Goods and Services
359,499,219,151.00000 323,637,902,354.00000 265,913,193,464.00003 Icelandic Krona
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
194,768,868,994.00000 187,563,261,549.00000 164,096,226,319.00000 Icelandic Krona
less: Imports of Goods and Services
377,850,797,079.00000 336,150,990,912.00000 262,687,431,721.00000 Icelandic Krona
Gross Domestic Product - Total
849,975,507,052.00000 821,613,821,297.00000 758,532,647,388.00000 Icelandic Krona
Changes in inventories and net acquisition of valuables
2,586,050,128.00000 -78,382,822.00000 -3,565,648,821.00000 Icelandic Krona
Government Final Consumption Expenditure
226,762,379,946.00000 223,163,626,316.00000 211,200,618,705.00000 Icelandic Krona
Private Final Consumption Expenditure
444,209,785,912.00000 423,478,404,811.00000 383,575,689,443.00000 Icelandic Krona
National Accounts Deflators
Gross Domestic Product, GDP Deflator
124.61877 123.14246 115.57949 Index 2015=100
Implicit Price Deflator Total Private Consumption Expenditure Deflator
114.44210 113.46077 111.13806 Index 2015=100
   

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