Trade and services; turnover and production changes, index 2021=100

Trade and services; turnover and production changes, index 2021=100

Branches Periods Turnover Value Indices Uncorrected production/turnover (2021 = 100) Turnover Value Indices Calendar adjusted production/turnover (2021 = 100) Turnover Value Indices Seasonally adjusted production/turnover (2021 = 100) Turnover Value Development compared to a year earlier Uncorrected production/turnover (%) Turnover Value Development compared to a year earlier Calendar adjusted production/turnover (%) Turnover Value Development compared to previous period Uncorrected production/turnover (%) Turnover Value Development compared to previous period Seasonally adjusted production/turnover (%) Turnover Volume Indices Uncorrected production/turnover (2021 = 100) Turnover Volume Indices Calendar adjusted production/turnover (2021 = 100) Turnover Volume Indices Seasonally adjusted production/turnover (2021 = 100)
45 Sale and repair of motor vehicles 2024 1st quarter* . . . . . . . . . .
451 Sale and repair of motor vehicles 2024 1st quarter* . . . . . . . . . .
452 Specialised repair of motor vehicles 2024 1st quarter* . . . . . . . . . .
453 Sale of motor vehicle parts. 2024 1st quarter* . . . . . . . . . .
454 Sale and repair of motorcycles 2024 1st quarter* . . . . . . . . . .
46 Wholesale trade (no motor vehicles) 2024 1st quarter* . . . . . . . . . .
47 Retail trade (not in motor vehicles) 2024 1st quarter* 109.4 108.9 116.4 4.4 3.9 -9.3 1.3 95.8 95.4 101.7
Retail trade (no motor veh., petrol) 2024 1st quarter* 109.0 108.5 116.1 4.3 3.7 -9.9 1.2 95.3 94.9 101.3
Source: CBS.
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This table presents figures on turnover and production changes in Trade and Services sector. The figures can be broken down by industry according to Statistics Netherlands' Standard Industrial Classification of all Economic Activities 2008 (SIC 2008). The change is shown both as a percentage change compared to a previous period and through index figures with 2021 as base year.

Turnover and production changes are published in two forms. Firstly, as year-on-year changes where the growth is expressed relative to the same period in the previous year. These figures are presented unadjusted and calendar-adjusted. The second form represents period-on-period changes: month-on-month and quarter-on-quarter. Period-on-period changes are possible by applying seasonal adjustment.

Data available from: January 2000 for branches within SIC division 47 and first quarter of 2005 for all other branches.

Status of figures:
Figures for 2023 and 2024 are provisional, other figures are final.
The figures of a calendar year become final no later than six months after the end of that calendar year. Due to delayed response, provisional figures may still change.

Changes as of 13 May 2024:
Figures of branches with SIC sections H + I + J + L + M + N and SIC divisions 45 and 46 have been added for the time interval first quarter of 2005 to februari 2024.

To keep the results of these index series in line with current events, a so-called base year change is carried out once every five years. In 2024, the publication of this table switched from reference year 2015 to 2021 (2021=100) and the weighting factors were updated and based on the year 2021.

This table combines data from 9 separate former tables. Which tables this concerns can be found later in this table explanation under "3. Links to relevant tables and articles".

When are new figures released?
For monthly business statistics, figures are published as a rule 2 months after the end of the reporting month, figures for the retail trade sector and imports of new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles are published 1 month after the end of the reporting month. After publication of final results, Statistics Netherlands adjusts the figures only if major adjustments and/or corrections are necessary.

Description topics

Turnover
Turnover is the revenue from sales of goods and services to third parties, excluding VAT. Turnover includes revenue from both main and secondary activities. Third parties are consumers and companies outside the (Dutch part of the) own corporate group.

Value
The change of cash income from sales.
Indices
An index represents the ratio between the value of a given variable (e.g. turnover) in a given period and the value of the same variable in the base period. The base period refers to the year 2021 and has the index value 100.
Uncorrected production/turnover
Series that are unadjusted for calendar and/or seasonal effects.
Calendar adjusted production/turnover
Each period in a series contains a different number of working or trading days, leap days, and national holidays. By adjusting for these differences in composition, outcomes become more comparable over time. Consequently, a different composition of calendar days does not affect year-on-year developments. As a result, the trend in developments becomes purer
Seasonally adjusted production/turnover
By adjusting the series for annually recurring patterns, the outcomes become more comparable to the previous months. As a result, observable seasonal effects do not impact month-on-month developments, allowing shifts in revenue growth or decline to be detected more quickly than without seasonal adjustment.

Within Statistics Netherlands, seasonal adjustment entails adjustment for both seasonal effects and calendar effects, such as working or trading days, leap days, and national holidays.

Development compared to a year earlier
The percentage change in a period (month, quarter, year) compared with the same period in the previous year. CBS calculates the percentage change on the basis of unrounded index figures.
Uncorrected production/turnover
Series that are unadjusted for calendar and/or seasonal effects.
Calendar adjusted production/turnover
Each period in a series contains a different number of working or trading days, leap days, and national holidays. By adjusting for these differences in composition, outcomes become more comparable over time. Consequently, a different composition of calendar days does not affect year-on-year developments. As a result, the trend in developments becomes purer
Development compared to previous period
The percentage change in a period (month, quarter, year) compared with the previous period (month, quarter, year). CBS calculates the percentage change on the basis of unrounded index figures.
Uncorrected production/turnover
Series that are unadjusted for calendar and/or seasonal effects.
Seasonally adjusted production/turnover
By adjusting the series for annually recurring patterns, the outcomes become more comparable to the previous months. As a result, observable seasonal effects do not impact month-on-month developments, allowing shifts in revenue growth or decline to be detected more quickly than without seasonal adjustment.

Within Statistics Netherlands, seasonal adjustment entails adjustment for both seasonal effects and calendar effects, such as working or trading days, leap days, and national holidays.
Volume
The change of the quantity of goods and services sold. Volume is not observed but calculated. Statistics Netherlands calculates the volume of goods and services sold in a given period by dividing the value of sales by its price.
Indices
An index represents the ratio between the value of a given variable (e.g. turnover) in a given period and the value of the same variable in the base period. The base period refers to the year 2021 and has the index value 100.
Uncorrected production/turnover
Series that are unadjusted for calendar and/or seasonal effects.
Calendar adjusted production/turnover
Each period in a series contains a different number of working or trading days, leap days, and national holidays. By adjusting for these differences in composition, outcomes become more comparable over time. Consequently, a different composition of calendar days does not affect year-on-year developments. As a result, the trend in developments becomes purer
Seasonally adjusted production/turnover
By adjusting the series for annually recurring patterns, the outcomes become more comparable to the previous months. As a result, observable seasonal effects do not impact month-on-month developments, allowing shifts in revenue growth or decline to be detected more quickly than without seasonal adjustment.

Within Statistics Netherlands, seasonal adjustment entails adjustment for both seasonal effects and calendar effects, such as working or trading days, leap days, and national holidays.