30 October 2019
N° 2019-286

Household consumption expenditure on goods decreased in September (–0.4%) but recovered over the third quarter (+0.4%)Household consumption expenditure on goods - September 2019

In September 2019, household consumption expenditure on goods decreased by 0.4% in volume*. This decrease was explained by the downturn in manufactured good spending (–1.3%). Food purchases bounced back (+0.5%) whereas energy consumption was virtually stable (–0.1%).

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Informations rapides  No 286 - October 2019

In September 2019, household consumption expenditure on goods decreased by 0.4% in volume*. This decrease was explained by the downturn in manufactured good spending (–1.3%). Food purchases bounced back (+0.5%) whereas energy consumption was virtually stable (–0.1%).

Over the whole quarter, household expenditure on goods bounced back compared to the previous quarter (+0.4% after –0.1%).

Total consumption of goods

Total consumption of goods
Monthly data
2009-01 45.264
2009-02 44.632
2009-03 44.426
2009-04 44.931
2009-05 45.375
2009-06 45.445
2009-07 45.09
2009-08 44.738
2009-09 45.312
2009-10 45.422
2009-11 45.387
2009-12 46.066
2010-01 45.633
2010-02 45.39
2010-03 45.777
2010-04 45.462
2010-05 45.734
2010-06 45.334
2010-07 45.894
2010-08 45.585
2010-09 45.923
2010-10 45.952
2010-11 46.523
2010-12 46.704
2011-01 46.628
2011-02 46.907
2011-03 46.578
2011-04 45.623
2011-05 45.54
2011-06 45.749
2011-07 45.656
2011-08 45.957
2011-09 45.827
2011-10 45.67
2011-11 45.674
2011-12 45.513
2012-01 45.604
2012-02 46.295
2012-03 45.523
2012-04 45.583
2012-05 45.578
2012-06 45.703
2012-07 45.597
2012-08 45.443
2012-09 45.371
2012-10 45.433
2012-11 45.395
2012-12 45.268
2013-01 45.175
2013-02 45.486
2013-03 45.769
2013-04 45.432
2013-05 45.674
2013-06 45.271
2013-07 45.405
2013-08 45.203
2013-09 45.283
2013-10 45.35
2013-11 46.063
2013-12 45.898
2014-01 45.114
2014-02 44.968
2014-03 45.114
2014-04 45.047
2014-05 45.293
2014-06 45.392
2014-07 45.363
2014-08 45.592
2014-09 45.352
2014-10 45.348
2014-11 45.433
2014-12 45.969
2015-01 46.221
2015-02 46.134
2015-03 45.823
2015-04 45.996
2015-05 45.895
2015-06 46.384
2015-07 46.482
2015-08 46.299
2015-09 46.517
2015-10 46.54
2015-11 45.664
2015-12 46.583
2016-01 46.937
2016-02 46.7
2016-03 47.112
2016-04 47.094
2016-05 46.889
2016-06 46.948
2016-07 46.541
2016-08 46.811
2016-09 46.831
2016-10 47.491
2016-11 47.429
2016-12 47.459
2017-01 47.754
2017-02 47.252
2017-03 47.122
2017-04 47.253
2017-05 47.8
2017-06 47.689
2017-07 47.82
2017-08 47.64
2017-09 48.343
2017-10 47.142
2017-11 48.205
2017-12 47.944
2018-01 47.02
2018-02 48.231
2018-03 48.217
2018-04 47.029
2018-05 47.516
2018-06 47.643
2018-07 47.396
2018-08 47.62
2018-09 47.202
2018-10 47.607
2018-11 47.537
2018-12 46.819
2019-01 47.517
2019-02 47.289
2019-03 47.173
2019-04 47.227
2019-05 47.349
2019-06 47.279
2019-07 47.491
2019-08 47.557
2019-09 47.356

Total consumption of goods

  • Source: INSEE.

Manufactured goods: downturn in September, rise over the quarter

In September, manufactured good consumption decreased (–1.3%) after rising for four consecutive months. Durable good purchases decreased (–2.2%) as well as textile-clothing spending (–1.2%). Other manufactured good comsumption went up slightly (+0.2%).

Over the quarter, manufactured good spending recovered (+1.6% after –0.4%).

Durables: backlash in September, rebond over the quarter

In September, durable good expenditure fell sharply (–2.2% after +1.8%), due to a drop in car sales, in particular new ones. Housing equipment sales also decreased (–0.6%), in particular furniture purchases.

Over the quarter, durable good purchases bounced back sharply (+2.8% after –0.8%).

Textile-clothing: downturn in September, slight decrease over the quarter

Expenditure on textile-clothing decreased in September (–1.2% after +2.1%). In particular, footwear sales fell sharply, after a large increase in August.

Over the quarter, textile and clothing consumption went down slightly (–0.1% after +0.4%).

Other engineered goods: slight increase in September, rebond over the quarter

In September, the consumption of "other manufactured goods" increased slightly (+0.2%), driven by tyres sales as well as hygiene and beauty product purchases.

Over the quarter, spending on "other manufactured goods" bounced back (+0.6% after –0.2%).

Breakdown of engineered goods

Breakdown of engineered goods
Transport equipment Textile-clothing Other engineered goods Household durables
2009-01 5.501 4.581 5.779 2.619
2009-02 5.484 4.291 5.718 2.596
2009-03 5.553 4.397 5.711 2.605
2009-04 5.632 4.34 5.693 2.625
2009-05 6.152 4.354 5.736 2.633
2009-06 5.87 4.559 5.734 2.68
2009-07 5.816 4.285 5.755 2.691
2009-08 5.696 4.118 5.723 2.697
2009-09 5.884 4.355 5.765 2.728
2009-10 5.922 4.451 5.777 2.718
2009-11 6.315 4.328 5.772 2.702
2009-12 6.319 4.415 5.812 2.721
2010-01 5.816 4.502 5.797 2.736
2010-02 5.672 4.245 5.829 2.756
2010-03 5.878 4.418 5.868 2.802
2010-04 5.566 4.407 5.923 2.77
2010-05 5.624 4.337 5.921 2.886
2010-06 5.62 4.125 5.957 2.804
2010-07 5.568 4.65 5.973 2.768
2010-08 5.37 4.433 5.966 2.911
2010-09 5.629 4.436 5.999 2.872
2010-10 5.602 4.367 6.012 2.836
2010-11 6.134 4.466 6.032 2.822
2010-12 6.115 4.438 6.017 2.804
2011-01 6.185 4.371 6.065 2.914
2011-02 6.309 4.52 6.071 3.003
2011-03 6.197 4.431 6.085 2.993
2011-04 5.608 4.501 6.106 2.872
2011-05 5.527 4.361 6.084 2.889
2011-06 5.514 4.424 6.107 2.938
2011-07 5.517 4.246 6.101 2.946
2011-08 5.581 4.305 6.115 2.952
2011-09 5.617 4.266 6.107 2.934
2011-10 5.542 4.326 6.123 2.919
2011-11 5.771 4.286 6.122 2.864
2011-12 5.649 4.331 6.119 3.046
2012-01 5.394 4.375 6.098 2.942
2012-02 5.3 4.265 6.127 3.025
2012-03 5.508 4.481 6.121 2.963
2012-04 5.328 3.981 6.068 3.053
2012-05 5.452 4.29 6.097 3.026
2012-06 5.326 4.121 6.132 3.047
2012-07 5.235 4.241 6.147 3.04
2012-08 5.223 4.224 6.096 2.984
2012-09 5.083 4.338 6.112 3.01
2012-10 5.151 4.328 6.125 3.032
2012-11 5.12 4.254 6.105 3.058
2012-12 5.314 4.254 6.122 3.034
2013-01 4.963 4.283 6.115 3.021
2013-02 4.975 4.209 6.115 3.0
2013-03 4.881 4.178 6.112 3.073
2013-04 4.963 4.217 6.145 3.085
2013-05 5.04 4.116 6.165 3.086
2013-06 4.978 4.228 6.135 3.099
2013-07 5.007 4.27 6.165 3.066
2013-08 5.049 4.177 6.16 3.111
2013-09 5.015 4.235 6.172 3.129
2013-10 5.088 4.272 6.18 3.16
2013-11 5.138 4.363 6.199 3.119
2013-12 5.44 4.241 6.2 3.182
2014-01 4.866 4.388 6.213 3.178
2014-02 5.035 4.282 6.216 3.116
2014-03 4.972 4.356 6.246 3.128
2014-04 5.072 4.247 6.246 3.14
2014-05 4.879 4.267 6.231 3.273
2014-06 4.953 4.333 6.236 3.239
2014-07 4.926 4.36 6.251 3.297
2014-08 4.978 4.273 6.297 3.334
2014-09 4.93 4.054 6.285 3.337
2014-10 5.043 4.232 6.294 3.334
2014-11 5.005 4.298 6.319 3.339
2014-12 4.958 4.358 6.345 3.411
2015-01 4.997 4.498 6.38 3.392
2015-02 4.954 4.333 6.407 3.397
2015-03 5.013 4.3 6.4 3.367
2015-04 5.054 4.401 6.407 3.349
2015-05 5.066 4.302 6.405 3.368
2015-06 5.226 4.415 6.428 3.383
2015-07 5.217 4.355 6.41 3.448
2015-08 5.117 4.391 6.403 3.472
2015-09 5.23 4.411 6.457 3.494
2015-10 5.184 4.352 6.426 3.456
2015-11 5.197 4.116 6.412 3.375
2015-12 5.274 4.298 6.434 3.77
2016-01 5.33 4.622 6.451 3.582
2016-02 5.348 4.18 6.467 3.601
2016-03 5.452 4.215 6.473 3.734
2016-04 5.438 4.231 6.473 3.862
2016-05 5.367 4.237 6.486 3.626
2016-06 5.375 4.489 6.475 3.781
2016-07 5.359 4.258 6.48 3.484
2016-08 5.465 4.215 6.473 3.532
2016-09 5.521 4.158 6.47 3.563
2016-10 5.517 4.432 6.489 3.597
2016-11 5.777 4.254 6.509 3.569
2016-12 5.855 4.317 6.518 3.588
2017-01 5.657 4.348 6.54 3.605
2017-02 5.688 4.46 6.514 3.692
2017-03 5.727 4.427 6.54 3.662
2017-04 5.721 4.321 6.521 3.684
2017-05 5.871 4.456 6.519 3.71
2017-06 5.919 4.27 6.55 3.76
2017-07 5.906 4.385 6.554 3.782
2017-08 5.85 4.385 6.575 3.767
2017-09 5.858 4.654 6.587 3.787
2017-10 5.891 4.177 6.561 3.747
2017-11 5.855 4.425 6.595 3.891
2017-12 6.023 4.354 6.577 3.742
2018-01 5.776 4.288 6.569 3.749
2018-02 5.872 4.36 6.56 3.765
2018-03 5.952 4.278 6.577 3.792
2018-04 6.058 4.44 6.596 3.698
2018-05 6.081 4.285 6.589 3.775
2018-06 6.052 4.25 6.583 3.919
2018-07 5.895 4.303 6.594 3.811
2018-08 6.069 4.304 6.602 3.834
2018-09 6.009 4.246 6.599 3.819
2018-10 6.071 4.268 6.61 3.862
2018-11 5.961 4.267 6.593 3.966
2018-12 5.657 4.272 6.597 3.824
2019-01 5.876 4.285 6.607 3.917
2019-02 5.887 4.312 6.632 3.942
2019-03 6.015 4.332 6.622 3.967
2019-04 5.738 4.29 6.594 3.993
2019-05 5.764 4.323 6.607 4.014
2019-06 5.896 4.362 6.629 3.92
2019-07 6.015 4.276 6.638 3.999
2019-08 6.182 4.366 6.65 4.014
2019-09 5.968 4.315 6.663 3.988

Breakdown of engineered goods

  • Source: INSEE.

Food products: rebond in September, further decrease over the quarter

In September, food consumption bounced back (+0.5% after –0.8%). In particular, agricultural good consumption increased markedly compared to the previous month. The consumption of processed agri-food products also increased.

Over the quarter, food consumption kept decreasing (–0.7%) for the fourth consecutive quarter.

Food products, engineered goods and energy

Food products, engineered goods and energy
Food products Energy Engineered goods
2009-01 16.443 9.252 19.663
2009-02 16.333 9.103 19.297
2009-03 16.127 8.906 19.459
2009-04 16.481 9.021 19.513
2009-05 16.483 8.916 20.018
2009-06 16.533 8.87 20.078
2009-07 16.505 8.857 19.781
2009-08 16.672 8.651 19.476
2009-09 16.641 8.734 19.972
2009-10 16.66 8.702 20.085
2009-11 16.499 8.592 20.293
2009-12 16.682 8.945 20.461
2010-01 16.605 8.987 20.091
2010-02 16.633 9.092 19.757
2010-03 16.699 8.871 20.23
2010-04 16.684 8.897 19.931
2010-05 16.807 8.875 20.089
2010-06 16.873 8.713 19.784
2010-07 16.898 8.776 20.231
2010-08 16.868 8.739 20.001
2010-09 16.895 8.83 20.219
2010-10 16.99 8.921 20.086
2010-11 16.966 8.879 20.672
2010-12 17.048 9.104 20.587
2011-01 17.013 8.804 20.803
2011-02 17.04 8.653 21.17
2011-03 16.974 8.594 20.97
2011-04 17.016 8.192 20.369
2011-05 16.991 8.364 20.167
2011-06 16.906 8.525 20.307
2011-07 16.953 8.566 20.141
2011-08 16.945 8.753 20.275
2011-09 17.017 8.573 20.237
2011-10 16.962 8.485 20.214
2011-11 16.963 8.38 20.307
2011-12 16.722 8.27 20.472
2012-01 16.977 8.515 20.104
2012-02 17.003 9.316 19.996
2012-03 16.911 8.241 20.345
2012-04 16.958 8.885 19.754
2012-05 16.863 8.58 20.125
2012-06 17.07 8.685 19.952
2012-07 17.095 8.538 19.964
2012-08 17.114 8.513 19.819
2012-09 17.018 8.52 19.833
2012-10 16.937 8.556 19.937
2012-11 16.835 8.726 19.838
2012-12 16.9 8.354 20.002
2013-01 16.934 8.583 19.66
2013-02 17.105 8.806 19.582
2013-03 17.351 8.885 19.545
2013-04 16.723 9.003 19.708
2013-05 17.095 8.88 19.706
2013-06 16.977 8.558 19.738
2013-07 17.123 8.486 19.797
2013-08 16.999 8.408 19.795
2013-09 17.07 8.376 19.837
2013-10 17.206 8.14 20.0
2013-11 17.271 8.687 20.106
2013-12 17.147 8.395 20.349
2014-01 17.078 8.064 19.972
2014-02 16.959 8.045 19.964
2014-03 17.121 7.992 20.001
2014-04 17.083 7.951 20.012
2014-05 17.184 8.141 19.968
2014-06 17.154 8.176 20.062
2014-07 17.032 8.169 20.161
2014-08 17.17 8.223 20.199
2014-09 17.254 8.165 19.933
2014-10 17.225 7.891 20.232
2014-11 17.242 7.896 20.293
2014-12 17.277 8.277 20.416
2015-01 17.305 8.311 20.605
2015-02 17.224 8.476 20.433
2015-03 17.214 8.18 20.429
2015-04 17.347 8.105 20.544
2015-05 17.296 8.103 20.496
2015-06 17.404 8.19 20.791
2015-07 17.352 8.358 20.771
2015-08 17.374 8.225 20.7
2015-09 17.257 8.333 20.928
2015-10 17.306 8.518 20.717
2015-11 17.36 7.904 20.4
2015-12 17.56 7.905 21.117
2016-01 17.474 8.138 21.32
2016-02 17.481 8.322 20.897
2016-03 17.429 8.508 21.181
2016-04 17.259 8.55 21.295
2016-05 17.321 8.551 21.026
2016-06 17.392 8.129 21.423
2016-07 17.381 8.284 20.878
2016-08 17.478 8.373 20.962
2016-09 17.531 8.287 21.012
2016-10 17.525 8.63 21.344
2016-11 17.455 8.557 21.424
2016-12 17.443 8.438 21.581
2017-01 17.48 8.848 21.449
2017-02 17.485 8.094 21.662
2017-03 17.508 7.93 21.665
2017-04 17.507 8.185 21.552
2017-05 17.548 8.384 21.868
2017-06 17.571 8.311 21.803
2017-07 17.527 8.35 21.942
2017-08 17.386 8.368 21.889
2017-09 17.539 8.618 22.198
2017-10 17.439 7.994 21.693
2017-11 17.641 8.472 22.094
2017-12 17.362 8.585 22.011
2018-01 17.385 7.923 21.709
2018-02 17.527 8.843 21.865
2018-03 17.544 8.754 21.922
2018-04 16.855 8.071 22.12
2018-05 17.258 8.218 22.048
2018-06 17.299 8.232 22.119
2018-07 17.303 8.187 21.91
2018-08 17.248 8.251 22.13
2018-09 17.048 8.165 21.999
2018-10 17.245 8.232 22.139
2018-11 17.133 8.301 22.114
2018-12 17.19 7.972 21.659
2019-01 17.062 8.469 21.988
2019-02 17.029 8.198 22.082
2019-03 16.891 8.06 22.259
2019-04 17.003 8.304 21.929
2019-05 17.05 8.295 22.016
2019-06 16.858 8.322 22.119
2019-07 16.917 8.336 22.261
2019-08 16.779 8.26 22.561
2019-09 16.862 8.252 22.27

Food products, engineered goods and energy

  • Source: INSEE.

Energy: virtual stability in September, slight decrease over the quarter

In September, energy consumption was virtually stable (–0.1%). Fuel consumption bounced back (+0.7% after –1.3%) but was compensated by the decrease in gas and electricity consumption.

Over the quarter, energy consumption decreased slightly (–0.3%) after two consecutive quarters of increase.

Breakdown of energy

Breakdown of energy
Refined Products Energy, water, waste
2009-01 4.397 4.862
2009-02 4.351 4.752
2009-03 4.323 4.571
2009-04 4.364 4.648
2009-05 4.339 4.562
2009-06 4.311 4.545
2009-07 4.275 4.576
2009-08 4.073 4.592
2009-09 4.166 4.571
2009-10 4.152 4.554
2009-11 4.188 4.389
2009-12 4.288 4.656
2010-01 4.064 4.907
2010-02 4.294 4.79
2010-03 4.154 4.708
2010-04 4.259 4.634
2010-05 4.143 4.722
2010-06 4.101 4.604
2010-07 4.185 4.586
2010-08 4.122 4.61
2010-09 4.182 4.641
2010-10 4.176 4.736
2010-11 4.163 4.708
2010-12 4.069 5.017
2011-01 4.203 4.588
2011-02 4.17 4.468
2011-03 4.096 4.485
2011-04 4.027 4.147
2011-05 3.862 4.497
2011-06 4.016 4.5
2011-07 4.018 4.539
2011-08 4.176 4.563
2011-09 4.056 4.507
2011-10 4.012 4.462
2011-11 3.972 4.396
2011-12 3.845 4.418
2012-01 4.039 4.465
2012-02 4.071 5.283
2012-03 4.002 4.215
2012-04 3.956 4.955
2012-05 4.052 4.519
2012-06 4.119 4.555
2012-07 3.992 4.543
2012-08 3.957 4.556
2012-09 3.945 4.578
2012-10 3.973 4.584
2012-11 4.023 4.708
2012-12 3.849 4.511
2013-01 3.899 4.699
2013-02 3.981 4.843
2013-03 3.98 4.93
2013-04 4.044 4.982
2013-05 4.093 4.793
2013-06 3.886 4.687
2013-07 3.894 4.6
2013-08 3.865 4.55
2013-09 3.827 4.56
2013-10 3.858 4.272
2013-11 3.892 4.819
2013-12 3.898 4.499
2014-01 3.824 4.24
2014-02 3.793 4.253
2014-03 3.82 4.169
2014-04 3.805 4.144
2014-05 3.76 4.39
2014-06 3.864 4.314
2014-07 3.829 4.344
2014-08 3.88 4.345
2014-09 3.878 4.287
2014-10 3.867 4.013
2014-11 3.765 4.13
2014-12 3.967 4.307
2015-01 3.871 4.439
2015-02 3.867 4.609
2015-03 3.839 4.342
2015-04 3.889 4.216
2015-05 3.843 4.26
2015-06 3.877 4.313
2015-07 4.013 4.345
2015-08 3.891 4.334
2015-09 3.924 4.408
2015-10 3.868 4.65
2015-11 3.771 4.133
2015-12 4.024 3.881
2016-01 3.913 4.233
2016-02 3.968 4.357
2016-03 3.977 4.525
2016-04 3.922 4.611
2016-05 4.163 4.402
2016-06 3.665 4.441
2016-07 3.912 4.37
2016-08 3.993 4.383
2016-09 3.956 4.335
2016-10 3.966 4.649
2016-11 4.025 4.529
2016-12 3.987 4.451
2017-01 3.987 4.827
2017-02 3.911 4.197
2017-03 3.9 4.055
2017-04 3.918 4.275
2017-05 4.003 4.388
2017-06 3.959 4.357
2017-07 3.984 4.371
2017-08 3.963 4.406
2017-09 4.135 4.494
2017-10 3.774 4.219
2017-11 3.927 4.531
2017-12 4.056 4.528
2018-01 3.866 4.069
2018-02 3.939 4.879
2018-03 4.016 4.725
2018-04 3.943 4.141
2018-05 3.947 4.277
2018-06 3.932 4.304
2018-07 3.863 4.324
2018-08 3.914 4.339
2018-09 3.86 4.305
2018-10 3.975 4.266
2018-11 3.945 4.359
2018-12 3.752 4.218
2019-01 3.97 4.499
2019-02 3.963 4.237
2019-03 3.874 4.188
2019-04 3.938 4.367
2019-05 3.836 4.458
2019-06 3.973 4.35
2019-07 3.98 4.357
2019-08 3.929 4.331
2019-09 3.957 4.297

Breakdown of energy

  • Source: INSEE.

The variation in August 2019 was revised upwards

The variation in household expenditure on goods in August 2019 was slightly revised upwards (+0.1% instead of 0.0%). Since the previous publication, new information have been integrated and the seasonal adjustment coefficients has been updated.

Household consumption expenditure on goods

Changes in %, TD-SA
Household consumption expenditure on goods (Changes in %, TD-SA )
Weight (1) July 2019 August 2019 September 2019 September 19 / September 18 Q / Q-1 (2)
Food products 37.3 0.4 -0.8 0.5 -1.1 -0.7
- excl. Tobacco 33.7 0.3 -1.0 0.5 -0.6 -0.9
Engineered goods 44.3 0.6 1.3 -1.3 1.2 1.6
- Durables 22.3 2.0 1.8 -2.2 1.2 2.8
Including:
- Transport equipment 12.4 2.0 2.8 -3.5 -0.7 4.4
- Household durables 7.1 2.0 0.4 -0.6 4.4 0.6
- Textile-clothing 8.8 -2.0 2.1 -1.2 1.6 -0.1
- Other engineered goods 13.3 0.1 0.2 0.2 1 0.6
Energy 18.4 0.2 -0.9 -0.1 1.1 -0.3
- Energy, water, waste 9.7 0.2 -0.6 -0.8 -0.2 -1.4
- Refined Products 8.7 0.2 -1.3 0.7 2.5 1.0
Total 100 0.4 0.1 -0.4 0.3 0.4
- Including Manufactured goods 84.1 0.6 0.4 -0.6 0.5 0.9
  • (1) Weighting in the consumption expenditure on goods in value in 2017
  • (2) Last three months / previous three months
  • Source: INSEE

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*Volumes are measured at chain-link previous year prices (2014 euro billions) and all figures are trading-day and seasonally adjusted.

Scope and definition - Consumption expenditure on goods is compliant with the national-accounts definition (NAF Rev. 2). In 2010, they accounted for half of total households’ consumption expenditure. They are divided into three main items:

Food: products of agriculture, forestry and fishing (AZ), food, drinks and tobacco (C1)

Energy: mining products, as well as water, gas, electricity and air conditioning, sanitation and waste management (DE), and refined and coked products (C2).

Engineered goods: computers, electronic, electrical and optical goods (C3), transport equipment (C4), textiles and clothing, products made of leather, wood, paper, metals, plastic, rubber, chemicals, minerals, furniture, hardware, drugs (C5). Within this heading are distinguished “durable” goods which include transport equipment, household durables (furniture, household appliances, etc.) and other durable goods (jewelry, watches, glasses, medical devices, etc.).

The manufactured goods correspond to all the products C1, C2, C3, C4, C5.

Sources: This indicator is the compilation of a variety of statistical sources issued by the Bank of France, the French Federation of Automobile Manufacturers (CCFA), the Department of Data and Statistical Studies (SDES), the French Institute of Fashion (IFM), the National Health-Insurance Administration (CNAM), the National Federation of Rubber and Plastics Industries (SNCP), the Board of Oil (CPDP), GFK, Logista, the International Union Committee of Automobile and Motorcycle (CSIAM), etc. Figures are seasonally and trading-days adjusted (TD-SA).

Next publication: 29 November 2019 at 8:45 am


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