Gb, a ottobre produzione industriale più debole da aprile

mercoledì 7 dicembre 2011 11:08
 

 LONDRA, 7 dicembre (Reuters) - MANUFACTURING OUTPUT   
   OCT       SEPT (PREV SEP) 	
 Mth-on-mth change in pct     -0.7*      0.1     (0.2) 	
 Yr-on-yr change               0.3**     1.3     (2.0) 	
 3-mth/3-mth change           -0.7***    0.1     (0.2) 	
 3-mth/3-mth year ago change   0.9****   1.6     (2.1) 	
      	
 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION 	
 Mth-on-mth change in pct     -0.7#     UNCH    (UNCH) 	
 Yr-on-yr change              -1.7##    -1.5    (-0.7)      	
 3-mth/3-mth change           -0.2       0.2     (0.4) 	
 3-mth/3-mth year ago change  -1.5###   -1.3    (-0.8) 	
      	
 MINING/QUARRYING INCLUDING OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION 	
 Month-on-month change in pct  1.8      -0.7    (-0.9) 	
 Yr-on-yr change             -11.5     -17.3   (-14.7) 	
  	
 OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION  	
 Month-on-month change in pct  2.7      -1.5    (-1.7)  	
 Yr-on-yr change             -14.1     -21.2   (-18.3) 	
    	
 ELECTRICITY, GAS AND WATER 	
 Month-on-month change in pct -4.9####  -0.3    (-0.5) 	
 Yr-on-yr change              -5.4       0.8     (0.1) 	
 	
 WATER SUPPLY, SEWERAGE* 	
 Month-on-month change in pct  0.2       1.0     (0.9) 	
 Yr-on-yr change               4.0       3.1     (2.5) 	
  	
 * New category introduced as part of the ONS' Blue Book
revisions of national accounts. 	
 	
 CONSENSUS FORECASTS          MM         yy 	
 Manufacturing output        -0.2       +1.5  	
 Industrial production       -0.3       -0.7  	
 	
* Biggest monthly fall in manufacturing output since April 	
** Smallest annual rise in manufacturing output since Jan 2010 	
*** Biggest 3-mth/3-mth fall in manufacturing output since Sept
2009 	
**** Weakest 3-mth/yr ago rise in manufacturing output since Feb
2010 	
# Biggest monthly fall in industrial output since April 	
## Biggest annual fall in industrial output since April 	
### Biggest 3-mth/yr ago fall in industrial output since Feb
2010 	
#### Biggest monthly fall in electricity, gas supply since
April, due to the hottest October since 2006