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Financial corporations, accounts, Q2 2014

Good half-year results for banks

In the first half year of 2014, Norwegian banks’ accumulated pre-tax profit of NOK 25.4 billion. This is an increase of NOK 5.3 billion compared to the same period last year.

External trade in goods, August 2014, preliminary figures

Exports of fish up

Imports of goods reached NOK 44.2 billion in August 2014, while exports amounted to NOK 66.6 billion. The trade surplus was thus down NOK 6.4 billion from August last year. Export of fish was up despite the sanctions against Russia.

Norwegian economy

Cyclical developments in Norway 3-2014

Following a period with positive signals from the global economy through 2013, there has been a tendency for weaker growth among several of Norway›s most important trading partners recently.

Indicators on education in the OECD, academic year 2011/2012

Pupils and students are older in Norway

In 2012, 15 per cent of pupils who completed an upper secondary study programme in Norway were over 25 years old; one of the highest rates in the OECD and somewhat higher than the average of 5 per cent.

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