Household consumption expenditure in manufactured goods – may 2009Household consumption expenditure on goods - May 2009

In May, households expenditure in manufactured goods decreased by 0.2% after + 0.5% in April, measured in chained volumes (trading days and seasonally adjusted figures).

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Paru le : 23/06/2009
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Comment

In May, households expenditure in manufactured goods decreased by 0.2% after + 0.5% in April, measured in chained volumes (trading days and seasonally adjusted figures).

In April, expenditure in durables slowed down (+0.7% after +1.9% in April), because expenditure in equipment goods went down (-0.8% after +0.5%).

In May, consumption expenditure in textile-leather kept declining (-1.4% after -0.2%).

Finally, household consumption in other manufactured goods slightly decreased (-0.3% after -0.1%).

Table

Tableau 1 – Household consumption expenditures

billion euros, seasonally adjusted and working-day adjusted data, at chain-linked previous year prices
Household consumption expenditures
May 2008 April 2009 May 2009 change in 1 month (%) change in 1 year (%)
Manufactured goods 22.013 21.699 21.661 -0.2 -1.6
of which: "retail goods" (1) 15.856 15.423 15.301 -0.8 -3.5
    Durables 8.637 8.587 8.646 0.7 0.1
       automobiles 2.910 2.886 2.954 2.4 1.5
       household durables 5.690 5.652 5.608 -0.8 -1.4
    Textiles-leather 4.132 3.987 3.934 -1.4 -4.8
    Other manufactured goods 9.415 9.309 9.282 -0.3 -1.4
  • Trading day and seasonally adjusted figures.
  • (1) Retail goods exclude automobiles, tyres, spare parts and medical products.
  • Durables: transport and home equipment.
  • Other manufactured goods: medical products, tyres, automobile spare parts, edition (prints, records, etc.), DIY, watches and jewellery, perfumes and cosmetics, cameras and miscellaneous.
  • Source : INSEE