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Iceland debt is a safe investment

Iceland public debt is safe to invest again. Fitch has upgraded Iceland’s credit rating three years after its economy spectacularly collapsed. Fitch upgraded Iceland’s sovereign rating by one notch, from BB+ to BBB-, including Iceland’s debt into investment grade. Iceland … Continue reading

IMF approved a credit of 155 MEUR to Iceland

International Monetary Fund has approved a new loan to Iceland for a value of 155 MEUR, with it, IMF has delivered a total amount of 1,200 MEUR to Iceland’s government to help in its efforts to the recovery of Icelandic economy. … Continue reading

Grimsvotn eruption hits European air traffic

Iceland government closed its main international airport and cancelled all domestic flights after Grimsvotn began erupting. Iceland’s Meteorological Office said the 20km plume of smoke raised should not cause widespread disruption to air traffic. Just one year ago, ash clouds … Continue reading

Iceland says “No”, again

Iceland is a strange country in the northwest Europe extreme, that gained its independence 70 years ago despite have the world’s oldest parliament. This parliament decided to consult on the Icelandic population if the Iceland taxpayer should assume the amount … Continue reading

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