Orders for industry increased in June and showed a positive development of 2.2 percent compared to May in seasonally adjusted figures. When comparing June of this year to June of 2013 orders decreased by 0.5 percent in calendar adjusted figures.
Among the industry sub-sectors, the electrical equipment industry showed the largest increase while the industry for other transport equipment showed the largest decrease. During the last three month period of April-June, orders decreased by 0.6 percent compared to the previous three month period of January-March, in seasonally adjusted figures.
The monthly developments on both the domestic and export markets were positive, with increases of 3.1 and 1.5 percent respectively. The three month comparisons showed increased orders on the domestic market by 2.5 percent, while the export market decreased by 2.7 percent.
On an annual basis total orders decreased by 0.5 percent in June compared to June of last year, in calendar adjusted figures. The domestic market increased by 3.3 percent, while the export market decreased by 3.0 percent.
The figures for June are preliminary. Since the previous publication the change in orders in May compared to April has been revised downwards by 0.1 percentage points to a decrease of 2.3 percent. The change in orders for May of 2014 compared to the same month of the previous year has been revised upwards by 0.5 percentage points to a decrease of 0.9 percent.
|Share of orders in total industry 2010|
Mines and quarries and manufacturing industry
Intermediate goods industry
Energy excl. NACE rev 2. Section D
Capital goods industry
Non-durable consumer goods industry
Durable consumer goods industry
Mines and quarries
Food product, beverage and tobacco industry
Industry for textile and leather products
Industry for wood and wood products
Industry for pulp, paper and paper products
Industry for printing and reproduction of recorded media
Industry for coke and refined petroleum products
Industry for chemicals and industry for pharmaceutical products
Industry for rubber and plastic products
Industry for other non-metallic mineral products
Industry for basic metals
Industry for manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment
Industry for manufacture of computer, electronic and optical products
Industry for manufacture of electrical equipment
Industry for machinery and equipment n.e.c.
Industry for motor vehicles
Industry for other transport equipment
Industry for other manufacturing, repair and installation of machinery and equipment
1) Calendar and seasonally adjusted figures
2) Calendar adjusted figures