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Household spending down
Dutch households spent 1.5 percent less on goods and services in January 2014 than twelve months previously. In November and December 2013, domestic consumption had grown marginally.
Household consumption invariably low
Dutch household spending was 3.6 percent lower in May 2009 than in May 2008. The decline in April was in the same order of magnitude. In the past four months, consumption expenditure has been...
Consumer spending up by 2.7 percent in April
Dutch consumer spending was 2.7 percent up in April 2017 from April 2016.
Consumer spending up by 1.6 percent in March
Dutch consumer spending was 1.6 percent up in March 2017.
Largest increase in consumer spending in six years
Dutch consumer spending was 2.8 percent up in November 2016 from November 2015; the largest increase in 6 years.
Consumer spending up by almost 1 percent in February
Dutch consumer spending was 0.8 percent up in February 2017 from February 2016
Consumer spending up by 2.7 percent in January
Consumer spending up by 2.7 percent in January.
Turnover growth for retail sector in February
The Dutch retail sector boasted a 2.3 percent year-on-year turnover growth in February 2016.
Dutch consumer spending up
Dutch consumer spending on goods and services was 1.4 percent up in May 2016 from May 2015.
Consumer spending up by 2.5 percent in December
Consumer spending was 2.5 percent up in December. Consumers spent more on household appliances, furnishing and cars.
Consumption up in August
In August 2005 the volume of domestic consumer expenditure by households was up by 0.8 percent on August 2004.
Household consumption remains low
Dutch household spending was 3.1 percent lower in June 2009 than in June 2008. In April as well as in May household spending dropped by 3.7 percent. Domestic household consumption has been lower than...
Consumer spending up by more than 2 percent in May
Dutch consumer spending was more than 2 percent up in May 2017 from May 2016.
Steady growth consumer spending
Dutch consumer spending was 1.0 percent up in August 2016 from August 2015. Spending on services rose considerably.
Equal year-on-year consumer spending
Dutch consumer spending on goods and services was equal in April compared to April 2015.
Disposable household income further down
The disposable household income has dropped for the fourth year in a row. Adjusted for inflation, the disposable household income dropped 0.4 percent in 2011, the same as in 2010 and this was largely...