Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics

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  1. Economic outlook less positive
  2. Bonaire’s economy shrank by over 8 percent in 2020
  3. Producer confidence further down
  4. Profits of non-financial corporations up
  5. Economic growth of 2.6 percent in Q2 2022
  6. Labour productivity higher in 2021
  7. Investments 2.5 percent down in July
  8. Household consumption over 6 percent up in July
  9. Consumer confidence reaches new all-time low
  10. Tourism value added recovered slightly in 2021
  11. Exports up by over 1 percent in July
  12. Manufacturing output 4 percent up in July
  13. Economic outlook slightly improved
  14. Manufacturers considerably less optimistic in August
  15. Consumer confidence continues to fall
  16. Investments over 8 percent up in June
  17. Economic growth 2.6 percent in Q2 2022
  18. Household consumption over 5 percent up in June
  19. Exports up by almost 4 percent in June
  20. Business confidence down as of Q3
  21. Manufacturing output over 6 percent up in June
  22. Economic outlook virtually unchanged
  23. Producer confidence improves slightly in July
  24. Household consumption over 7 percent up in May
  25. Consumers gloomier than ever in July
  26. Investments over 7 percent up in May
  27. Exports up by over 4 percent in May
  28. Environmental sector keeps growing in importance
  29. Manufacturing output 10 percent up in May
  30. People with low education and migration background have lowest levels of well-being
  31. Dutch well-being high, but under increasing pressure
  32. Built-up area expanding at the cost of farmland
  33. Economic outlook more positive
  34. Producer confidence deteriorates in June
  35. Economic growth of 0.4 percent in Q1 2022
  36. Investments 0.5 percent down in April
  37. Consumer confidence reaches all-time low in June
  38. Household consumption almost 15 percent up in April
  39. Exports up by nearly 3 percent in April
  40. Manufacturing output almost 14 percent up in April
  41. Economic outlook more positive
  42. Producer confidence deteriorates in May
  43. Consumers in May almost as negative as in April
  44. Investments over 3 percent down in March
  45. More businesses experience shortages of staff and materials
  46. Exports down by nearly 2 percent in March
  47. Household consumption over 11 percent up in March
  48. Economy in Q1 2022 the same size as in the previous quarter
  49. Dutch GDP per capita 1.5 times the EU average
  50. Manufacturing output over 7 percent up in March
  51. Topological anonymity in networks
  52. Economic outlook slightly more positive
  53. Producer confidence improves in April
  54. Consumer confidence drops to lowest level ever in April
  55. Investments 5 percent up in February
  56. Household consumption almost 14 percent up in February
  57. Exports up by almost 3 percent in February
  58. Manufacturing output over 10 percent up in February
  59. Economic outlook again less positive
  60. Producer confidence hardly changed in March
  61. Exports up by almost 3 percent in January
  62. Economic growth of 1.0 percent in Q4 2021
  63. Investments almost 5 percent down in January
  64. Household consumption over 11 percent up in January
  65. Consumer confidence declining again
  66. Households used more water in 2020, companies less
  67. Dutch economy shows faster pandemic recovery than neighbouring countries
  68. Economic outlook less positive
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  71. Investments over 3 percent up in December
  72. Exports up by 8.1 percent in December
  73. Economic growth of 0.9 percent in Q4 2021
  74. Household consumption 4.5 percent up in December
  75. Domestic R&D expenditure over €18 billion in 2020
  76. Economic outlook more positive
  77. Household consumption 8.7 percent up in November
  78. Investments almost 2 percent up in November
  79. Exports nearly 9 percent up in November