Number of bankruptcies of businesses and institutions (excluding one-man businesses), adjusted for court sessions days Year Month number of bankrupties 2015 March 574 April 470 May 456 June 427 July 441 August 333 September 339 October 395 November 411 December 420 2016 January 401 February 483 March 394 April 385 May 343 June 384 July 371 August 287 September 299 October 303 November 417 December 332 2017 January 336 February 292 March 304 April 263 May 281 June 300 July 266 August 231 September 237 October 261 November 251 December 269 2018 January 273 February 232 March 266 April 266 May 259 June 248 July 251 August 257 September 224 October 264 November 277 December 328 2019 January 283 February 251
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Trend relatively stable in recent years
Adjusted for court session days, the number of bankruptcies peaked in May 2013. This was followed by a downward trend until September 2017. Subsequently, the trend has been relatively stable. The number of bankruptcies reached the lowest level of this century in September 2018. However, the number then increased for three consecutive months, but in January and in February the number decreased again.
Most bankruptcies recorded in trade sector
If the number of court session days is not taken into account, 237 businesses and institutions (excluding one-man businesses) were declared bankrupt in February 2019. With a total of 54, the trade sector suffered most.
Trade is among the sectors with the highest number of businesses. In February, the number of bankruptcies was relatively highest in the sector transport and storage.
|Specialised business services||34|
|Information & communication||10|
|Renting, other business services||9|
|Accommodation and food services||9|
|Culture, sports, recreation||3|
|Real estate activities||3|