Eurozone industrial output up by 2.5% in Nov
Data showed that production of capital goods rose by 7% and intermediate goods by 1.5% when compared to October. However, production of durable consumer goods fell by 1.2%, non-durable consumer goods by 1.7% and energy by 3.9% in November.
Among Member States, the largest monthly increases were registered in Ireland (52.8%), Greece (6.3%) and Denmark (5.3%). The highest monthly decreases were realized in Portugal (5.1%), Belgium (3.5%) and Croatia (2.6%).
Compared with November 2019, production of energy fell by 5%, non-durable consumer goods by 2.5% and durable consumer goods by 0.4%. However, production of intermediate goods rose by 1.1% and capital goods gained 0.1% in November.
The largest yearly decreases in industrial production were registered in Bulgaria (5%), France (4.9%) and Italy (4.2%). The sharpest increases were observed in Ireland (40.8%), Greece (8.8%) and Poland (2.9%), meanwhile.
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