Eurozone industrial production january

April 12, 2019 Industrial output contracted again in February, recording the third drop in four months amid soft incoming data for the Eurozone economy. Industrial production decreased a seasonally-adjusted 0.2% over the previous month, contrasting the revised 1.9% increase recorded in January (previously reported: +1.4% month-on-month). Industrial production in the single currency zone slid 2.1 per cent in December, according to figures published by Eurostat on Wednesday, confirming earlier reports of sharp drops in factory

in November. Viliyana Filipova January 15, 2020 Economics News Comments Off on Eurozone industrial production grows by 0.2% in November 180 Views  12 Apr 2019 Tiramisu Time: Italy Production Picks Up in Temporary Euro Lead performance of the nation's manufacturers in January and February may  13 Mar 2019 In January 2019 compared with December 2018, seasonally adjusted industrial production rose by 1.4% in the euro area (EA19) and by 1.0%  13 Mar 2019 Accounting for around 30 per cent of eurozone GDP, Germany has been of industrial production fell by 0.8 per cent in January, leaving output  14 Jan 2019 The unexpected downturn for the biggest global exporter of manufactured products came as eurozone industrial output shrank in November. 14 Feb 2020 U.S. industrial production fell 0.3% in January as unseasonably warm weather held down the output of utilities and Boeing slowed production 

(RTTNews) - Eurozone's industrial production grew more-than-expected in January after declining in the previous two months, but the outlook remains uncertain amid worries of slowing global demand.

EU's industrial production slipped 1.5% in January from the same month of last year, the bloc's statistical office announced Thursday. Eurostat said the calendar-adjusted industrial production (RTTNews) - Eurozone industrial production expanded for the first time in five months in January, data from Eurostat showed Thursday. Industrial output grew at a faster-than-expected pace of 2.3 Eurozone industrial production expanded for the first time in five months in January, data from Eurostat showed Thursday. Industrial output grew at a faster-than-expected pace of 2.3 percent on a monthly basis and in contrast to a revised 1.8 percent drop in December. This was the first increase since August. Looking at the individual economies for which data is available, industrial production increased in 10 countries in January, including heavyweights Germany, France, Italy and Spain—although the latter recorded just a marginal uptick. On the flip side, it contracted in Latvia, Lithuania and Finland. Industrial production rebounded strongly in January, while business surveys point to a modest pickup in activity during February, and consumer confidence has rallied. However, the eurozone economy Industrial production in the eurozone fell in January, an indication that the weakening euro has yet to deliver a significant boost to exporters, and a reminder that the currency area’s economic

12 Mar 2020 The highest rises were seen in Malta (+8.1%), Poland (+3.4%) and Hungary (+ 2.7%). Eurostat data showed that industrial output in the eurozone 

Activity in the industrial sector contracted in January, recording the worst reading in over a year. Industrial production decreased a seasonally-adjusted 1.0% from the previous month, contrasting December’s 0.4% rise. The result was worse than market analysts’ expectations of a 0.5% fall. January’s downturn mainly reflected falling production of energy, which is often related

On the data front, Euro-zone’s industrial production rose 2.3% on a monthly basis in January, registering its first increase since August and more than market forecast for a rise of 1.4%. In the

in November. Viliyana Filipova January 15, 2020 Economics News Comments Off on Eurozone industrial production grows by 0.2% in November 180 Views  12 Apr 2019 Tiramisu Time: Italy Production Picks Up in Temporary Euro Lead performance of the nation's manufacturers in January and February may  13 Mar 2019 In January 2019 compared with December 2018, seasonally adjusted industrial production rose by 1.4% in the euro area (EA19) and by 1.0% 

On the data front, Euro-zone’s industrial production rose 2.3% on a monthly basis in January, registering its first increase since August and more than market forecast for a rise of 1.4%. In the

The increase of 2.7% in industrial production in the euro area in January 2018, compared with January 2017, is due to production of capital goods rising by 8.5%, intermediate goods by 5.1%, durable consumer goods by 3.8% and non-durable consumer goods by 3.0%, while production of energy fell by 10.4%. Euro Area Industrial Production Gains 1.2% in January Factory output in the Eurozone rose 1.2 percent year-on-year in January of 2015 compared with a 0.6 percent increase reported in December. Yet, on a monthly basis, industrial production unexpectedly shrank 0.1 percent.

12 Mar 2020 The highest rises were seen in Malta (+8.1%), Poland (+3.4%) and Hungary (+ 2.7%). Eurostat data showed that industrial output in the eurozone  6 days ago Industrial production, January 2020, 12, Released, Yes. Job vacancy, Q4/2019, 16, confirmed, Yes. Labour cost index, Q4/2019, 17, confirmed