Germania, ordini industria febbraio -1,2% su mese (attese 0,2%)

martedì 5 aprile 2016 08:12
 

BERLIN, April 5 (Reuters) - Germany's Economy Ministry
reported the following economic indicator on Tuesday:
            
 GERMAN INDUSTRY ORDERS    FEB 16       JAN 16
 Month-on-month change    -1.2         +0.5
 Index (base 2010)       109.2        110.5
    
    NOTES - 1) Consensus month-on-month forecast +0.2 percent.
Forecast range between -2.2 percent and +1.5 percent in Reuters
poll of 39 economists.
    2) Figures seasonally adjusted, provisional and expressed in
volume terms. Percentage change unless stated.
    The ministry gave the following details (seasonally adjusted
change versus previous month):
    
                           FEB 16             JAN 16  
                           Index      Pct     Index     Pct
                                     change            change
 Total domestic orders     105.1     +0.9     104.2    -1.4
 Total foreign orders      112.6     -2.7     115.7    +1.9
     of which euro zone    104.3     -3.7     108.3    +8.0
        non-euro zone      118.4     -2.1     120.9    -1.5
 Intermediate goods        101.6     +1.7      99.9    -2.5
 Of which: domestic         98.1     +1.0      97.1    -2.0
           foreign         105.7     +2.4     103.2    -3.2
    of which euro zone     105.1     +3.3     101.7    +1.8
       non-euro zone       106.2     +1.4     104.7    -7.4
 Capital goods             114.6     -2.1     117.0    +1.9
 Of which: domestic        113.1     +1.3     111.7    -1.1
           foreign         115.6     -3.9     120.3    +3.7
    of which euro zone     103.9     -7.0     111.7   +12.9
       non-euro zone       122.1     -2.4     125.1    -0.2
 Consumer goods, durables  109.6     -7.3     118.2    +3.8
 Of which: domestic         99.5     -2.6     102.2    -0.5
           foreign         118.2    -10.4     131.9    +6.9
    of which euro zone     103.7    -10.8     116.2    +6.1
       non-euro zone       134.3    -10.2     149.5    +7.6
 
 (Reporting by Berlin Newsroom)