In manufacturing industry, investment would rebound of 14% in 2011Industrial investment survey - January 2011
Surveyed in January 2011, business managers esti-mate that investment in manufacturing industry de-creased of 2% in 2010. They confirm their previous expectations given in last October. In 2011, business managers forecast an im-portant bounce for investment For 2011, business managers in manufacturing indus-try forecast that their investment would increase by 14% comparing to 2010. They revised 5 points up-wards their previous expectations given in last October.
Surveyed in January 2011, business managers estimate that investment in manufacturing industry decreased of 2% in 2010. They confirm their previous expectations given in last October.
In 2011, business managers forecast an important bounce for investment
For 2011, business managers in manufacturing industry forecast that their investment would increase by 14% comparing to 2010. They revised 5 points upwards their previous expectations given in last October. The rebound would be particularly important in sectors of other manufacturing (+19% after -1% in 2010) as manufacture of wood, paper products and printing, pharmaceutical industry, manufacture of basic metals and fabricated metal products. It would be also important in the sector of manufacture of food products and beverages (+7% after -8%) and in the sector of manufacture of transport equipment, even if the bounce would be limited in the sector of motor vehicles (+1% after -7%).
tableau Tab1_ang – Real annual investment growth in manufacturing industry
|NA* : (A17) and [A38]||2010||2011|
|forecast Oct.10||estimate Jan.11||forecast Oct.10||forecast Jan.11|
|C : Manufacturing industry||–2||–2||9||14|
|(C1): Manufacture of food products and beverages||–7||–8||–2||7|
|(C3): Electrical and electronic equipment; machine equipment||9||7||3||10|
|(C4): Manufacture of transport equipment||–8||–6||10||8|
|[CL1]: Motor vehicles||–11||–7||7||1|
|(C5): Other manufacturing||–1||–1||12||19|
- How to read this table : In manufacturing industry, firms surveyed in January 2011 estimate a nominal investment decrease of 2% in 2010 comparing to 2009. They forecast a nominal investment increase of 14% in 2011 comparing to 2010.
- * The codes correspond to the level of aggregation (A17) and [A38] of the "NA" aggregate classification based on NAF rev.2.
Industrials confirm the rebound of investment from H2 2010
Between H1 and H2 2010, industrials state an increase of their investment, as they anticipated it in last July. Moreover, they forecast that investment would be more important in H1 2011 than in H2 2010.
The investment revision indicator equal to zero
The investment revision indicator is equal to zero. Based on investment amounts filled in at each survey by business leaders of manufacturing industry except those of manufacture of food products and beverages (C1) and of coke and refined petroleum products (C2), this indicator is well-correlated with quarterly growth fixed capital formation of non-financial enterprises. That suggest that investment will keep up at the Q1 2011.
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