Germania, Pil trim2 confermato +0,4% su trim, +3,1% su anno

mercoledì 24 agosto 2016 08:12
 

BERLIN, Aug 24 (Reuters) - German gross domestic product
(GDP) grew by 0.4 percent in the second quarter compared with
the first three months of the year, Germany's Federal Statistics
Office confirmed on Wednesday in a detailed breakdown of data.
    Compared with the same quarter of the previous year, GDP
grew by 3.1 percent, the Statistics Office said. On a workday
adjusted basis, the economy grew by 1.8 percent on the year.
    A breakdown of the data follows (percentage changes):
    
 GERMAN GDP CHANGE                  Q2 2016 vs   Q1 2016 vs 
                                     Q1 2016     Q4 2015
 GDP                                   +0.4          +0.7
 Domestic consumption                  +0.3          +0.6
  - Private consumption                +0.2          +0.3
  - Public consumption                 +0.6          +1.3
 Gross capital investment              -2.1          +0.1
  - Equipment spending                 -2.4          +1.2
  - Construction investment            -1.6          +2.3
 Exports                               +1.2          +1.6
 Imports                               -0.1          +1.3
 CONTRIBUTION TO REAL GDP IN PCT    Q2 2016 vs   Q1 2016 vs 
 POINTS                               Q1 2016      Q4 2015
 Domestic consumption                  +0.2          +0.4
  - Private consumption                +0.1          +0.2
  - Public consumption                 +0.1          +0.3
 Gross capital investment              -0.4          unch
  - Equipment spending                 -0.2          +0.1
  - Construction investment            -0.2          +0.2
  - Inventories                        -0.1          -0.3
 Net foreign trade                     +0.6          +0.3
 Domestic economy                      -0.2          +0.5
 
 (Reporting by Berlin Newsroom)