Investments 9.5 percent up in March

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Statistics Netherlands (CBS) reports that the volume of investments in tangible fixed assets rose by 9.5 percent year-on-year in March 2021. This was the highest growth in almost two years. There were mainly more investments in aircraft, machinery and buildings. Again, less was invested in passenger cars.

Investment data have not been adjusted for calendar effects. March 2021 has one working day more than March 2020.

Investments in tangible fixed assets (volume)
YearMonthchange (year-on-year % change)
2017April-3.9
2017May13.2
2017June-4.3
2017July6.7
2017August3.2
2017September10.1
2017October6.3
2017November6.9
2017December4.7
2018January14.1
2018February2.5
2018March6.2
2018April11.1
2018May3.2
2018June7.5
2018July4.6
2018August6.2
2018September-6.8
2018October7.6
2018November5.5
2018December-5
2019January5.9
2019February6.5
2019March0
2019April7.1
2019May9.6
2019June-0.7
2019July4.3
2019August0.2
2019September7.1
2019October4
2019November3
2019December7.6
2020January 1.3
2020February3.6
2020March1.8
2020April-11
2020May-18.6
2020June-4.7
2020July-3.3
2020August-7.2
2020September-3.6
2020October-5.9
2020November-3.1
2020December-0.6
2021January-4.5
2021February-7
2021March9.5

The figures in this publication are provisional and may be revised upwards or downwards.