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Statistics Norway changes release times to 8 AM

Statistics Norway will change its release times for all statistics from 10 AM to 8 AM. This is an adjustment of an earlier announced new release time of 7 AM. The change will be implemented on September 23.

Investments in oil and gas, manufacturing, mining and electricity supply, Q3 2016

Downward adjustment of investment estimates

Estimates for total investments covering oil and gas, manufacturing, mining & quarrying and electricity supply are now down – adjusted for both 2016 and 2017 – compared with the estimates given in the previous survey.

Labour force survey, seasonally-adjusted figures, June 2016

Unemployment at 4.8 per cent

The population grew by 13 600 in the 2nd quarter to a total of 5 236 800 as per 1 July. Out- migration during the 2nd quarter reached new heights, but net migration from abroad saw a further increase of 1 000 compared to the corresponding quarter last year.

Population and population changes, Q2 2016

Further increase in emigration

The population grew by 13 600 in the 2nd quarter to a total of 5 236 800 as per 1 July. Out- migration during the 2nd quarter reached new heights, but net migration from abroad saw a further increase of 1 000 compared to the corresponding quarter last year.

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