The COVID-19 crisis has a major impact on both individual citizens and businesses in the Netherlands. It is too early to provide an analysis of the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on the Dutch economy. However, it is clear that various sectors will be affected. Over time, the economic consequences will become progressively quantifiable. Here you will find an overview of the relevant upcoming economic news releases.
The economic growth rates over Q1 2020, which are due to be released on 15 May, will provide an initial answer to questions about the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis from a wider perspective. How did the economy develop in the first quarter of this year? What was the contribution of the various industries, of consumption, investments and trade? However, even ahead of 15 May, CBS will be publishing various economic statistics that may afford insight into the impact of the coronavirus crisis.
Below is an overview of the most relevant CBS publications related to this topic scheduled to appear over the coming weeks.
Publication planning for economic statistics with reporting period as of May 2020:
6 May - Imports from China - March 2020
6 May - Aviation - March 2020
8 May - Expectations entrepreneurs in regard of COVID-19 - Q2 2020
8 May - Online sales - March 2020
8 May - Manufacturing production - March 2020
8 May - Bankruptcies - week 18 2020
12 May - Bankruptcies - April 2020
12 May - Consumer prices - April 2020
15 May - Economic growth, 1st estimate - Q1 2020
15 May - Monthly economic review - May 2020
15 May - Business confidence - Q2 2020
15 May - International trade - March 2020
20 May - Consumer confidence - May 2020
20 May - Investments - March 2020
20 May - Labour market - April 2020
20 May - Consumer spending - March 2020
20 May - House prices - April 2020
28 May - Producer confidence - May 2020
29 May - Turnover sector accommodation and food services - Q1 2020
29 May - Producer prices - April 2020