This is an archived release.
Small changes for retail sales
The seasonally-adjusted volume index of retail sales decreased by 0.1 per cent from January to February this year.
In the same period, the seasonally-adjusted volume index excluding petrol stations increased by 0.3 per cent.
From February last year to February this year, the non-adjusted volume index including petrol stations increase by 2.3 per cent.
In the same period, the volume index excluding petrol stations rose by 3.3 per cent.
From February 2009 to February 2010, the value index including and excluding petrol stations rose by 3.9 and 4.0 respectively.
|February 2010||Per cent|
|January 2010-February 2010||February 2009-February 2010||March 2008-February 2009-March 2009-February 2010||January -February 2009-January -February 2010|
|Retail sales volume index: Excluding motor vehicles. Seasonally adjusted numbers||116.5||-0.1|
|Retail sales volume index: Excluding motor vehicles and petrol. Seasonally adjusted numbers||119.6||0.3|
|Retail sales volume index: Excluding motor vehicles. Not seasonally adjusted numbers||96.4||2.3||1.0||1.2|
|Retail sales volume index: Excluding motor vehicles and petrol. Not seasonally adjusted numbers||98.4||3.3||1.9||1.6|
|Retail sales value index: Excluding motor vehicles||103.0||3.9||3.0||3.4|
|Retail sales value index: Excluding motor vehicles and petrol||102.9||4.0||3.7||2.9|
- Table 1 Retail sales. Index of value. 2005=100
- Table 2 Retail sales. Index of volume. Unadjusted 2005=100
- Table 3 Retail sales. Index of volume. Seasonally adjusted 2005=100
- Table 4 Retail sales value index. Exclude value added tax. February 2010. 2005=100
- Table 5 Petrol stations, turnover statistics
- Table 6 Petrol stations, turnover statistics. 2009 and January-February 2010. NOK 1 000