Business tendency survey for manufacturing, mining and quarrying

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08268: Business tendency survey. Response distribution for selected indicators, by industry division 1990K1 - 2022K2

Edvard Andreassen, Statistics Norway
+47 6288 5360
Ståle Mæland, Statistics Norway
+47 950 59 888
2022-07-21 08:00
Total volume of production:
per cent
Average employment:
per cent
New orders received from home markets:
per cent
New orders received from export markets:
per cent
Total volume of production:
End of quarter
Average employment:
End of quarter
New orders received from home markets:
End of quarter
New orders received from export markets:
End of quarter
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Diffusionindex

A diffusion index is compiled using the estimated percentages on 'up' and 'same' according to the formula: (up + 0,5 * same) after adjustments for non-response. The diffusionindex has a turning point at 50. A common way of interpreting an index value of 50 is to say that half the respondents has had an increase while the other a fall. An increasing index at or above 50 indicates that the growthrate is increasing, while a falling index above 50 indicates a falling rate of growth. Opposite for an index below 50.

Balance

Balance = the difference between estimated precentages on 'up' and 'down'.