This is an archived release.
Still growth in retail sales
The seasonally adjusted volume index of retail sales rose by 0.4 per cent from October to November 2006.
Compared to November 2005, the volume index not adjusted increased by 8.3 per cent in November 2006. In the same period, the value index increased by 7.5 per cent.
|Retail Sales indices. November 2006. 2000=100|
|November 2006||Per cent|
|October- November 2006||November 2005-November 2006||Dec 2004-Nov 2005-Dec 2005-Nov 2006||January -November 2005-January -November 2006|
|Retail sales value index exclude value added tax : Total excluding motor vehicles and petrol||133.3||7.5||4.8||5.1|
|Retail sales volume index: Total, excluding motor vehicles and petrol. Not seasonally adjusted numbers||133.1||8.3||5.7||6.0|
|Retail sales volume index: Total, excluding motor vehicles and petrol. Seasonally adjusted numbers||129.8||0.4||7.8||5.7||5.9|
From October to November 2006, a comparison of the volume index among the Scandinavian countries, seasonally adjusted, shows that Denmark, Norway and Sweden respectively had an increase of 0.7, 0.4 and 0.2 per cent. From November 2005 to November 2006, the value index not adjusted rose by 7.5 per cent in Norway, 6.9 per cent in Sweden and 3.7 per cent in Denmark.
|Internationale comparison. 2000=100|
|Retail sales value index||Retail sales, volume index. Seasonally adjusted numbers|
|November 2006||Change in per cent. November 2005-November 2006||November 2006||Change in per cent|
|November 2005-November 2006||October 2006-November 2006|