Statistics Norway is in the process of transferring all content to a new content management system. In a transitional period some new content, and all older content, will only be available in the old archive.
Statistical publications from 1828-2000 are found in the archive for Historical Statistics.
Figures for 2023-2026
Economic forecasting is an important planning tool for individuals, businesses and the authorities. Independent forecasts with free universal access are beneficial to society, and form part of Statistics Norway’s social mission to produce macroeconomic forecasting.Statistics / / National accounts and business cycles
Figures for November 2023
The final/preliminary figures for international reserves and foreign currency liquidity are published monthly on behalf of Norges Bank, the central bank of Norway. Publishing of these figures is a part of the central banks obligations according to IMF’s Special Dissemination Standard (SDDS).Statistics / / External economy
Figures for October 2023
The primary goal of the Index of Industrial Production is to monitor the development of added value within oil and gas extraction, manufacturing, mining & quarrying, and electricity supply. The indicators used to measure value added are physical output and number of hours worked.Statistics / / Energy and manufacturing