Consumers less pessimistic in NovemberArticles
In November, confidence among Dutch consumers has improved.
Mortality not rising further in week 45Articles
In week 45 (2 to 8 November inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,630. This is approximately the same number as in the previous week, when there were 3,644 deaths.
Mortality continues to rise in week 44Articles
In week 44 (26 October to 1 November inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,600. This is over 200 more than in the previous week, when there were 3,419 deaths.
Mortality rising further in week 43Articles
The estimated number of deaths in week 43 (19 to 25 October inclusive) stands at over 3,450. This is 250 more than in the previous week, when there were 3,197 deaths.
Mortality up in week 42Articles
The estimated number of deaths in week 42 (12 to 18 October inclusive) stands at 3,200.
Consumers slightly more pessimistic in OctoberArticles
Dutch consumers slightly more pessimistic in October. The consumer confidence indicator stands at -30, down from -28 in September. Consumers are extremely gloomy about future unemployment in October 2020.
Mortality not rising furtherArticles
The estimated number of deaths in week 41 (5 to 11 October inclusive) stands at 2,950.
Early estimates of energy balancesFigures
This report describes how Statistics Netherlands can collect data for the, early, Eurostat mini questionnaires on energy and how it is possible to derive from these questionnaires an energy balance half year earlier than now.
Mortality on the rise againArticles
Mortality has been elevated in recent weeks, coinciding with the emerging second epidemic wave. The excess deaths were mainly recorded among the elderly.
Correcting survey measurement with road sensor dataOther
Time-based diary surveys collect data over specified time intervals and impose a heavy response burden.
Life expectancy increased in 2019Articles
In 2019, the life expectancy for men in the Netherlands increased by 4 months to 80.5 years, for women by 3 months to 83.6 years.
Consumer confidence hardly changed in SeptemberArticles
Consumer confidence hardly changed in September.
International trade in servicesOther
To provide and publish data on imports and exports of services by enterprises and individuals registered in the Netherlands.
Model-based estimation - synthetic estimators and small area estimatorsOther
Sampling theory contains situations in which estimates can be improved by using explicit models. For example, if the sample design is unknown, or a sample results in only few observations per sub-population. This report sets out how relatively simple models can be used to estimate parameters such as population totals or sub-population totals.
The primary goal of business panels is to obtain estimates of the turnover, including estimates of the changes of the level of the turnover. Panels can also be used for obtaining observations on prices of goods or services for the producer price index (PPI) or the price index for services (SPI). The present document pays special attention to the variance of the estimator of a change of the level of the study variable in a given period. Complicating factors in a panel as panel attrition; births and deaths; and the fact that enterprises may migrate between strata are taken into account. The consequences of combining or splitting up enterprises are discussed as well. Due to the specific variance analysis of the estimates thus obtained, the document has a rather technical character.
More heat-related deaths, mainly in long-term careArticles
In week 33 (10 to 16 August inclusive), when the Netherlands was struck by a heat wave, there were mainly more deaths among people receiving long-term care (Wlz).
Slightly raised mortality during hot weekArticles
During the heat wave in August 2020, over 400 more deaths than average occurred, mainly among the elderly. Higher temperatures cause a rise in mortality, although the correlation is lower than in the past.
Consumers more pessimistic in AugustArticles
In August, Dutch consumers were more pessimistic than in July.
Economic contraction of 8.5 percent in Q2 2020Articles
According to the first estimate conducted by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), which is based on currently available data, gross domestic product (GDP) declined by 8.5 percent in Q2 2020 relative to Q1 2020.
Transition plan redesign of the Dutch Labour Force SurveyArticles
Estimating discontinuities with a parallel run and a time series modelling approach
Base shift for input price indices Civil engineering from 2010=100 to 2015=100Publications
As of the first quarter of 2020, the Civil engineering price indices will be published with a new reference year, i.e. 2015. This publication describes what has changed in relation to the series based on 2010=100.
Mortality in week 20 also below average among long-term care usersArticles
In week 20 (ending 17 May), the number of deaths among people receiving long-term care stood at approximately 1,030, i.e. around 150 below the number recorded over week 19.