The rise in value of Iceland’s currency has slowed the country’s annual inflation rate.
Officials in Reykjavik are to introduce new rules for the movement of capital before lifting overall controls.
The central bank of Iceland has ended a series of interest rate increases due to anticipated rises for the country’s currency.
Experts continue to praise Iceland’s recovery success after the country’s bank bailouts of 2008.
Icelandic banking firm Kaupthing has launched a series of lawsuits to rescind collapse-era funds.
The rate of inflation has slowed in Iceland as the central bank increases the country’s interest rates.
A recent interest rate cut by Danish officials has brought one of the country’s secondary rates below zero for the first time in history.
The three directors of the British arm of Iceland’s collapsed Kaupthing bank have escaped a fine after a three-and-a-half year investigation, but they...