Ireland current account

Ireland’s current account icnreased to 18400.0 by 158.68% on January 2021 from 7113.0 in the previous month. On a year on year basis Ireland’s current account increased by 64.83%. Ireland’s current account trend is up since the current value of 18400.0 is higher than the 12 month moving average of 281.167. and the 12 month moving average slope is up. Ireland’s current account 5-year percentile is currently at 73.33%.

Ireland current account Chart

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Date Value
31/03/2022 17.360,00
31/12/2021 1.506,00
30/09/2021 23.259,00
30/06/2021 14.993,00
31/03/2021 19.040,00
31/12/2020 10.890,00
30/09/2020 15.287,00
30/06/2020 9.855,00
31/03/2020 -14.557,00
31/12/2019 -28.564,00

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Ireland current account

Ireland Current account Statistics

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Indicator Symbol Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend Slope ZS5Y Update
current account ie.currentaccount 17360 1506 1052.72 89.66 UP UP 96.67 2022-05-26

Ireland Financial Markets

Market Symbol Last Mom Trend Exh RSI 1D% 1W% 1M% 1Y%
Ireland 10-year bond yield IE.10Y 1.206 1 1 3.27358 70.8718 0.05882 0.11357 1.39286 5.55435
Ireland 2-year bond yield IE.2Y -0.422 -0.5 0.5 0.96484 52.9793 0 -0.03432 0.01932 -0.07456
Ireland Yield Curve Ireland-YC 0.67 -1 -0.25 0.11761 49.5544 0.9 -6.42 -10.9 -0.40053
Ireland Credit Default Swaps CDS.Ireland 17 -1 -1 -1.20938 45.5393 15.25 6.25 20.14 -0.38485

Ireland Financial News Stream

Ireland Macroeconomic Indicators

Indicator Symbol Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend Slope ZS5Y Update
balance of trade ie.balanceoftrade 9128740 6979440 30.79 90.63 UP UP 96.67 2022-06-15
bank lending rate ie.banks.lendingrate 0.8 0.7 0.142857 -0.111111 1.0 -1.0 0.258333 2021-06-30
building permits ie.buildingpermits 2430 2355 3.18 44.82 UP UP 81.67 2022-06-14
business confidence ie.bizconfidence 49 6 7.16667 0.884615 1.0 1.0 0 2021-04-01
car registrations ie.carregistrations 7120 10045 -29.12 -2.96 Down Down 46.67 2022-06-14
central bank balance sheet ie.cb.assets 205688 204018 0.82 21.43 UP UP 98.33 2022-06-06
construction pmi ie.constrpmi 52.5 53.9 -2.6 6.49 Down UP 33.33 2022-05-15
consumer confidence ie.consconfidence 57.7 55.2 4.53 -33.83 Down Down 9.17 2022-06-23
consumer price index cpi ie.cpi 111.6 110.6 0.9 7.83 UP UP 100 2022-06-11
core inflation rate ie.coreinflationrate 4.6 4.5 2.22 666.67 UP UP 100 2022-06-11
current account ie.currentaccount 17360 1506 1052.72 89.66 UP UP 96.67 2022-05-26
current account to gdp ie.currentaccountgdp 4.6 -11.3 -1.40708 -1.74194 1.0 1.0 0 2020-01-31
exports ie.exports 17680400 20602000 -14.18 43.87 UP UP 98.33 2022-06-16
external debt ie.externaldebt 2912740 2886280 0.92 25.08 UP UP 100 2022-06-06
fiscal expenditure ie.fiscalexp 27668 26133 5.87 56.87 UP UP 98.33 2022-05-18
foreign exchange reserves ie.fxreserves 11747.8 11911.1 -1.37 81.17 UP UP 98.33 2022-06-14
gdp ie.gdp 388.699 382.674 0.0157445 0.440063 1.0 1.0 0 2019-01-31
Real GDP ie.realgdp 115482 104408 10.61 37.58 UP UP 100 2022-06-06
gdp growth ie.gdpgrowth 10.8 -6.2 -274.19 440 UP UP 96.67 2022-05-26
gdp growth annual ie.gdpgrowthan 11 9.6 14.58 139.13 UP UP 83.33 2022-05-26
gold reserves ie.goldres 12.04 9.52 26.47 100.67 UP UP 100 2022-06-11
government budget ie.govbudget -0.1 -5.1 -98.04 -99.28 UP UP 0 2022-05-04
Government budget ie.govbudgetvalue 3541 -2558 -238.43 -19.98 UP Down 96.67 2022-05-18
government debt ie.govdebt 235851 236165 -0.13 14.56 UP UP 98.33 2022-05-18
government debt to gdp ie.govdebtgdp 56 58.4 -4.11 -8.94 Down Down 0 2022-04-29
government revenues ie.govrev 31119 23576 31.99 61.96 UP UP 100 2022-05-18
imports ie.imports 11253400 11315800 -0.55 36.42 UP UP 98.33 2022-06-16
industrial production ie.indproduction -28.7 -7.3 293.15 -203.99 Down Down 1.67 2022-06-11
industrial production mom ie.indproductionmm -9.6 1 -1060 242.86 Down Down 13.33 2022-06-11
inflation cpi ie.inflationcpi 7.8 7 11.43 609.09 UP UP 100 2022-06-11
interbank rate ie.interbankrate -0.538 -0.53 0.0150943 0.494444 -1.0 -1.0 0.8 2021-03-31
interest rate ie.interestrate 0.05 0.05 0 0 1.0 -1.0 0.791667 2016-03-09
loans to private sector ie.loanprivate 31990 31431 1.78 -11.52 Down Down 6.67 2022-06-06
long term unemployment rate ie.ltunemploymentrate 1.7 1.5 0.133333 -0.190476 1.0 -1.0 0.466667 2021-01-01
manufacturing pmi ie.manpmi 56.4 59.1 -4.57 -11.88 Down Down 66.67 2022-05-26
money supply m1 ie.msm1 289690 283696 2.11 9.45 UP UP 100 2022-06-06
money supply m2 ie.msm2 331302 323709 2.35 8.36 UP UP 100 2022-06-06
money supply m3 ie.msm3 387190 369802 4.7 9.1 UP UP 100 2022-06-06
new home sales ie.newhomesales 630 548 14.96 -4.69 UP Down 46.67 2022-05-18
Producer Price Index ie.producerprices 86.8 85.8 1.17 5.21 UP UP 38.33 2022-05-23
PPI Index ie.producerpricesch 7.3 5.2 40.38 -196.05 UP UP 100 2022-06-22
retail sales MoM ie.retailsales 3.8 2.1 80.95 660 UP UP 90 2022-05-26
retail sales ie.retailsalesan 6.1 4.2 45.24 -92.68 Down Down 76.67 2022-05-26
services pmi ie.servpmi 60.2 61.7 -2.43 -3.06 Down Down 83.33 2022-05-26
unemployment rate ie.unemploymentrate 4.8 5.1 -5.88 -35.14 Down Down 3.33 2022-05-04
youth unemployment rate ie.ytunemploymentrate 18.1 18.1 0 0.124224 1.0 1.0 0.8 2021-05-31
Construction sector ie.esi.constr 16.5 5.6 1.94643 -1.73333 1.0 1.0 0.0833333 2021-04-01
Consumer sector ie.esi.cons 5.7 -2.4 -3.375 -1.23554 1.0 1.0 0.166667 2021-04-01
Manufacturing sector ie.esi.man 24.1 6.2 2.8871 -1.87319 1.0 1.0 0.05 2021-04-01
Retail sector ie.esi.ret 20.1 -2.7 -8.44444 -1.72302 1.0 1.0 0.1 2021-04-01
Services sector ie.esi.serv 22.2 5.3 3.18868 -1.44223 1.0 1.0 0.15 2021-04-01
ESI - Economic Composite ie.esi.conf 110 97.6 0.127049 0.598837 1.0 1.0 1 2021-04-01

Ireland current account analysis

Ireland’s current account is comprised of Ireland’s exports minus imports, net income from abroad and net current transfers. Ireland’s finances are reflected in a simple income statement of revenue and expenses and a simple balance sheet of assets and liabilities. When Ireland’s revenue, from what one sells, is greater than one’s expenditure, there is positive net income, which leads to one’s assets to rise relative to one’s liabilities (most importantly debt, which raises one’s net savings. Exports are the main revenue source for countries. Net income is export earnings minus import spending (balance of goods and services) that makes the net income of a country that comes from trading with foreigners. If one buys more than one sells, he has to finance the difference by some mix of drawing down one’s savings and/or borrowing. one can think of a country’s savings as its foreign-exchange reserves. When the country has a current account deficit it is financed by its exchange rate reserves or increasing debt. The financing is calculated by the country’s capital account. Explore MacroVar financial knowledge base structured by professional fund managers and economists.

Ireland current account trend

Ireland current account trend is in an uptrend when the last value is higher than its twelve-month moving average and its twelve-month moving average slope is positive (last twelve-month moving average is higher than the previous month twelve-month moving average) and vice-versa. MacroVar calculates the number of months the Ireland current account has recorded new highs or lows. Ireland current account trend change is assumed when the specific indicator has recorded a 3-month high / low or more.

Ireland current account momentum

Ireland current account momentum is monitored by calculating its long-term year over year (Y/Y) return and its short-term month on month (M/M) return.