Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics

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  1. Exports up by over 2 percent in April
  2. Greenhouse gas emissions 4 percent lower in Q1 2024
  3. Manufacturing output down by 3.5 percent in April
  4. Household consumption up by 0.6 percent in April
  5. Macroeconomic statistics revised for reporting year 2021
  6. Economic picture deteriorates further
  7. Confidence among manufacturers is improving again
  8. Investment down by almost 9 percent in March
  9. Most earnings from the cocaine trade end up abroad
  10. Consumers marginally more negative in May
  11. Exports down by nearly 6 percent in March
  12. Household consumption up by 0.4 percent in March
  13. Economic contraction of 0.1 percent in Q1 2024
  14. Today’s well-being increasingly comes at the expense of future generations
  15. Well-being of young adults trailing behind other age groups
  16. Manufacturing output down by 6 percent in March
  17. Economic picture deteriorates again
  18. Confidence improving among manufacturers
  19. Structural Time Series Models for Consumer Confidence indicators
  20. NNPF: Neural Network Particle Filter for Time Series Data
  21. Dutch GDP per capita in 2023 ranks fourth in the EU
  22. Consumers marginally less negative in April
  23. Investment down by almost 3 percent in February
  24. Exports down by nearly 4 percent in February
  25. Manufacturing output down by over 2 percent in February
  26. Household consumption down slightly in February
  27. Economic picture deteriorates again
  28. Manufacturers slightly more negative in March
  29. Economic growth of 0.4 percent in Q4 2023
  30. Investments down by over 3 percent in January
  31. Consumers less negative once again
  32. Exports down by over 3 percent in January
  33. An attempt to measuring fossil fuel subsidies by way of official statistics
  34. Greenhouse gas emissions 6 percent lower in 2023
  35. Manufacturing output 5.5 percent down in January
  36. Publishing and interpreting data from the monetary SEEA Ecosystem accounts
  37. Household consumption slightly up in January
  38. Economic picture deteriorates again
  39. Manufacturers marginally less negative in February
  40. Investments down by over 8 percent in December
  41. Consumers are slightly less negative once again
  42. Economic growth of 0.3 percent in Q4 2023
  43. Announcement of the revision of CBS’s macroeconomic figures
  44. Household consumption slightly up in December
  45. Exports down by almost 2 percent in December
  46. Manufacturing output over 3 percent down in December
  47. Economic outlook deteriorates further
  48. Manufacturers less negative in January
  49. Investments nearly 4 percent down in November
  50. Consumers slightly less negative in January
  51. Exploring the GK price index
  52. Exports down by 4.5 percent in November
  53. Manufacturing output 10 percent down in November
  54. Household consumption slightly up in November
  55. Manufacturers more negative in December
  56. Economic outlook deteriorated in December