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  • Economic Survey 2-2020

    The recovery of the Norwegian economy continues after the sharpest contraction in recent times. As a consequence of the outbreak of the coronavirus in Norway and subsequent lockdown of many activities,

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  • Economic Survey 1-2020

    The outlook for the Norwegian economy has changed completely within a short space of time. The outbreak of the coronavirus and subsequent infection control measures have caused an enormous slowdown in the Norwegian economy since mid-March.

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  • Economic Survey 4-2019

    The Norwegian economy is continuing at a moderate pace.

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  • Economic Survey 3-2019

    The Norwegian economy remains in a moderate cyclical upturn.

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  • Economic Survey 2-2019

    The Norwegian economy is in a moderate, broad-based cyclical upturn.

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  • Economic Survey 1-2019

    The Norwegian economy is in a moderate cyclical upturn, following a shallow cyclical trough around year-end 2016/17. According to the seasonally adjusted quarterly national accounting figures (QNA), GDP growth for mainland Norway has been higher t...

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  • Economic Survey 4-2018

    The Norwegian economy is in a moderate cyclical upturn.

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  • Economic Survey 3-2018

    The Norwegian economy has been in a moderate cyclical upturn for about a year and a half. According to preliminary seasonally adjusted figures from the quarterly national accounts (QNA), average quarterly Mainland GDP growth has been 0.6 per cent ...

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  • Economic Survey 2-2018

    The Norwegian economic downturn bottomed out just over a year ago. According to preliminary seasonally adjusted figures from the quarterly national accounts (QNA), average quarterly mainland GDP growth in the last five quarters was 0.7 per cent.

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  • Economic Survey 1-2018

    The Norwegian economic downturn bottomed out just over a year ago. According to preliminary seasonally adjusted figures from the quarterly national accounts (QNA), average quarterly mainland GDP Growth through 2017 was 0.6 per cent.

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  • Economic Survey 4-2017

    The preliminary seasonally adjusted quarterly national accounts figures (QNA) for the third quarter of 2017 confirm that the cyclical trough was reached about a year ago. Mainland GDP growth has now been higher than trend growth, estimated at just...

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  • Economic Survey 3-2017

    After being in a cyclical downturn for almost three years, growth in the Norwegian economy has picked up. The downturn appears to have bottomed out at the end of last year, but the upturn is a fragile one in that we forecast growth only slightly o...

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  • Economic Survey 2-2017

    Interim seasonally adjusted quarterly national accounts figures (QNA) show an upswing in economic growth in the first quarter of 2017. Mainland GDP increased by an annualised 2.6 per cent, which is higher than estimated trend growth of 2 per cent....

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  • Economic Survey 1-2017

    As a consequence of the fall in demand from the petroleum industry, the Norwegian economy has been in a clear cyclical downturn since the autumn of 2014. However, there are signs that the decline is coming to an end, and our projections indicate a...

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  • Economic Survey 4-2016

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