Wholesale trade; change of stocks, index 2010=100, 2015q Q1 - 2017 Q2

Wholesale trade; change of stocks, index 2010=100, 2015q Q1 - 2017 Q2

Periods Stock indices (2010 = 100) Year- on- year change of stock (%)
2006 87.2 1.8
2007 94.9 8.8
2008 99.4 4.7
2009 95.1 -4.3
2010 97.3 2.3
2011 101.1 4.0
2012 102.8 1.6
2013 100.2 -2.5
2014 100.1 -0.1
2015 105.1 5.0
2016 106.8 1.6
2017 1st quarter* 106.8 -2.2
2017 2nd quarter* 102.9 -3.0
Source: CBS.
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Table description


This table presents information on the development of the volume of stocks in the sector wholesale trade (SIC 2008 code 462 - 469 (excluding commercial mediation and cars and motorcycles)). The results are expressed in terms of indices with base year 2010. Changes on the same period in the previous year are also published.

Data available from: 1st quarter of 2005 until 2nd quarter of 2017.

Status of the figures
Figures on 2017 are provisional and the remainder are definite.

Changes as of 9 Februari 2018:
Non, this table has been discontinued.
Due to funding cuts there will be no new data for this statistic as from 9 February 2018.

When will new figures be published?
Not applicable anymore.

Description topics

Stock indices
An index compares the value of a variable (e.g. volume of stocks) in a certain period with the value of the same variable in the base period. The index of this base period is 100.

Stock is defined as the volume of stocks in the sector manufacturing industry. The reported stock is the book value as laid down in the respondent's administration. Volumes are calculated by adjusting the book value with price developments.
Year- on- year change of stock
Change, indicated as a percentage, with respect to the same period (quarter, year) of the previous year. Statistics Netherlands calculates this on the basis of non-rounded figures.

Stock is defined as the volume of stocks in the sector manufacturing industry. The reported stock is the book value as laid down in the respondent's administration. Volumes are calculated by adjusting the book value with price developments.