Thursday May 23 2019 Actual Previous
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Industrial Production YoY APR 5.1%
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Industrial Production MoM APR 3.4%
Tuesday May 28 2019 Actual Previous
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Retail Sales MoM APR 13.3%
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Retail Sales YoY APR 3.5%
Friday May 31 2019 Actual Previous
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GDP Growth Rate QoQ 2nd Est Q1 1.4%
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GDP Growth Rate YoY 2nd Est Q1 3.8%
Friday June 07 2019 Actual Previous
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Balance of Trade APR €-0.15B
Monday June 10 2019 Actual Previous
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Inflation Rate YoY MAY 2.8%
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Inflation Rate MoM MAY 0.8%
Tuesday June 11 2019 Actual Previous
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PPI MoM MAY 2.0%
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PPI YoY MAY 3.9%
Thursday June 13 2019 Actual Previous
07:00 AM
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Current Account APR €-12.53M




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This page includes a list of calendar events for Lithuania. While visualising this calendar please take into account that some countries often publish their data in different dates than what was previously announced because of data gathering delays or other issues.