Pubblicato in: Banche Centrali, Devoluzione socialismo

Germania. Marzo21. Ordini all’Industria, +3.0% MoM, +9.1% sul mese di febbraio 2020.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-05-22.

2021-05-07__ Germania Ordini Industria 001

In sintesi.

– +3.0% on the previous month (price, seasonally and calendar adjusted)

– +5.8% on the same month a year earlier (price and calendar adjusted)

– Compared with February 2020, which was the month before restrictions were imposed due to the corona pandemic in Germany, new orders in March 2021 were 9.1% higher –

Regarding consumer goods, new orders rose by 8.5%.

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Alcuni dei più recenti macrodati relativi alla Germania, per quanto non in modo univoco, sembrerebbero indicare segni di una ripresa del sistema economico, anche se molti altri mostrano le difficoltà nelle quali i tedeschi si stanno dibattendo.

Germania. Feb21. Import elettronica. Da Cina un terzo, da Asia oltre la metà. – Zvei.

Germania. Gen21 e Feb21. Export totale -4.5%, anno su anno. – Destatis.

Exports in February 2021: +0.9% on January 2021. Exports are 2.1% below the pre-crisis level of February 2020.

Germania. Febbraio 21. Produzione Industriale -6.4% anno su anno. – Destatis.

Germania. Febbraio. Vendite al Dettaglio -9.0% Feb21 su Feb20. – Destatis.

La crisi di leadership che mina il futuro della Germania.

Germania. Merkel. Après nous, le déluge. – Spiegel International.

È un momento particolarmente delicato, che la crisi politica della Merkel e della Cdu stanno severamente aggravando.

Tuttavia, visti i segni di ripresa negli Stati Uniti e la crescita tumultuosa dei paese dell’est asiatico, sembrerebbe che il blocco europeo non possa più permettersi più a lungo di restare nella depressione economica.

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Destatis. Manufacturing in March 2021: new orders up 3.0% on the previous month. New orders 9.1% above pre-crisis level; turnover up 2.0% on the previous month.

Pressrelease #214 from 6 May 2021

                         March 2021 (provisional): new orders in manufacturing

+3.0% on the previous month (price, seasonally and calendar adjusted)

+27.8% on the same month a year earlier (price and calendar adjusted)

                         February 2021 (revised): new orders in manufacturing

+1.4% on the previous month (price, seasonally and calendar adjusted)

+5.8% on the same month a year earlier (price and calendar adjusted)

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WIESBADEN – According to provisional results of the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis), real (price adjusted) new orders increased by a seasonally and calendar adjusted 3.0% in March 2021 compared with February 2021. Excluding major orders, real new orders in manufacturing were 1.6% higher than in the previous month.

Compared with February 2020, which was the month before restrictions were imposed due to the corona pandemic in Germany, new orders in March 2021 were 9.1% higher in seasonally and calendar adjusted terms.

Domestic orders increased by 4.9% and foreign orders went up by 1.6% in March 2021 on the previous month. New orders from the euro area increased 0.7%, and new orders from other countries rose by 2.2% compared with February 2021.

In March 2021, the manufacturers of intermediate goods saw new orders increase by 2.8% compared with February 2021. The manufacturers of capital goods saw an increase of 2.5% on the previous month. Regarding consumer goods, new orders rose by 8.5%.

For February 2021, the revision of the preliminary outcome resulted in an increase of 1.4% compared with January 2021 (provisional: +1.2%).

                         Turnover +2.0% on the previous month

According to provisional figures, real turnover in manufacturing (seasonally and calendar adjusted) stood at +2.0% in March 2021, compared to the previous month. Compared with February 2020, which was the month before restrictions were imposed due to the corona pandemic in Germany, turnover in March 2021 were -3.4% lower in seasonally and calendar adjusted terms. For February 2021, revision of the preliminary outcome resulted in a decrease of 1.8% compared with January 2021 (provisional: -1.9%).