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Reduction in orders
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2015-05-08T10:00:00.000Z
Energy and manufacturing;National accounts and business cycles
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Index of orders in manufacturingQ1 2015

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Reduction in orders

New orders received were down 11.6 per cent from the first quarter of 2014 to the first quarter of 2015 due to reduced new orders in the export market. The stock of orders were up by 1.2 per cent in the same period.

Index of orders. 2005=100
Change in per cent Index of value
1st quarter 2015 / 4th quarter 2014 1st quarter 2015 / 1st quarter 2014 1st quarter 2015
New orders received:
Manufacturing working on new orders -7.7 -11.6 120.4
Domestic market 9.8 -5.9 117.9
Export market -19.8 -16.4 122.8
 
Chemical and pharmaceutical products 17.9 13.5 165.7
Basic metals -37.4 6.0 94.3
Machinery and equipment -27.2 -47.4 109.2
Ships, boats and oil plattforms -32.3 -14.2 73.0
 
Stock of orders:
Manufacturing working on new orders -3.5 1.2 213.6
Domestic market -1.3 -8.8 166.4
Export market -5.0 9.4 264.2
 
Chemical and pharmaceutical products 7.7 18.2 97.0
Basic metals -9.2 12.0 95.7
Machinery and equipment -7.5 2.8 548.0
Ships, boats and oil plattforms -5.3 -2.0 163.0
Figure 1. New orders received and stock of orders. Unadjusted. 2005=100
Figure 2. New orders received. Contribution by industry for rate of change in manufacturing. 1 quarter 2015/1 quarter 2014
Figure 3. Stock of orders. Contribution by industry for rate of change in manufacturing. 1 quarter 2015/1 quarter 2014
Figure 1. New orders received and stock of orders. Unadjusted. 2005=100Figure 2. New orders received. Contribution by industry for rate of change in manufacturing. 1 quarter 2015/1 quarter 2014Figure 3. Stock of orders. Contribution by industry for rate of change in manufacturing. 1 quarter 2015/1 quarter 2014

New orders received were down in both the domestic and the export market in the period the first quarter of 2014 to the first quarter of 2015. The decline in the export market was 16.4 per cent and were the main reason to the development in the new orders received in industry. Total stocks of orders were up by 1.2 per cent from the first quarter of 2014 to the first quarter of 2015. It was the export market who contributed to this development. Total stocks in the domestic market were down by 8.8 per cent in the period.