Supermarkets; four-weekly turnover, SIC 2008, 2004 - 2010

Supermarkets; four-weekly turnover, SIC 2008, 2004 - 2010

Periods Turnover indices (2008 = 100) Turnover value (mln euro) Turnover change Value (%) Turnover change Cumulated value (%)
2009 week 49 - 52 107.1 2,561 0.2 2.4
2009 week 49 - 53 131.8 3,151 23.3 4.3
2009 week 01 - 52 (average) 102.4 2,448 2.4 2.4
2009 week 01 - 53 (average) 104.3 2,494 4.3 4.3
2010 week 01 - 04 98.9 2,365 -0.1 -0.1
2010 week 05 - 08 102.1 2,440 0.3 0.1
2010 week 09 - 12 104.5 2,498 2.4 0.9
2010 week 13 - 16 107.3 2,564 1.1 0.9
2010 week 17 - 20 107.8 2,576 3.0 1.3
2010 week 21 - 24 107.7 2,574 1.4 1.3
2010 week 25 - 28 108.2 2,587 3.7 1.7
2010 week 29 - 32 99.3 2,374 2.2 1.8
2010 week 33 - 36 104.0 2,485 2.7 1.9
2010 week 37 - 40 102.7 2,456 3.1 2.0
2010 week 41 - 44 104.5 2,497 3.9 2.2
2010 week 45 - 48 106.2 2,537 4.4 2.3
2010 week 49 - 52 112.8 2,697 5.3 2.6
2010 week 01 - 52 (average) 105.1 2,513 2.6 2.6
Source: CBS.
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Table description


This table presents information about four-weekly developments in turnover
in supermarkets. As financial accounts of supermarkets are often
based on four-week periods, there is much demand for data about
developments in these periods. For this reason Statistics Netherlands
publishes four-weekly figures in addition to monthly developments.

The results are expressed in terms of indices with base year 2008.
The table also contains changes on the same period in the previous year and turnover values.

Data available from: 2004 - 2010

Status of the figures
All figures are definite.

Changes as of 18 October 2012:
This table contains figures only up to week 49 – 52 2010. The survey on which the results are based has been ended at the beginning of 2011. No new table of four-weekly data will be published. Turnover developments on a monthly basis will be remaining available. The data can be found in the table ‘Retail trade; turnover development, SIC 2008’, see paragraph 3.

Description topics

Turnover indices
Turnover indices
Turnover is defined as the value of the goods and services, sold for cash
or on account, after deduction of discounts, returns and repaid deposits.
Receipts from secondary activities, for instance wholesale trade, are
included in the turnover. Retail trade turnover includes VAT.
The turnover index compares the value of the financial turnover in a
certain period with the value of financial turnover in the base period.
Turnover value
Turnover value
The value of the goods and services, sold cash or on account, after
deduction of discounts, returns and repaid deposits. Receipts from
secondary activities are included in the turnover.
In retail trade turnover includes VAT.
Turnover change
Turnover change
Turnover is defined as the value of the goods and services, sold for cash
or on account, after deduction of discounts, returns and repaid deposits.
Receipts from secondary activities, for instance wholesale trade, are
included in the turnover. Retail trade turnover includes VAT.
The turnover change is calculated as the growth rate with respect to the
same month in the previous year in percentages. Statistics Netherlands
calculates this on the basis of non-rounded figures.
Value
Value
The value of the goods and services, sold cash or on account, after
deduction of discounts, returns and repaid deposits. Receipts from
secondary activities are included in the turnover.
In retail trade turnover includes VAT.
Cumulated value
Cumulated value
The cumulated value represents the average change of turnover value from
January up to and including the reference period in the same year with
respect to the same period in the previous year.