Retail trade turnover in February 2011
Compared to January, total retail trade turnover (according to seasonally adjusted data at constant prices) in February 2011 has grown by 1.5%, according to the data of Central Statistical Bureau.Retail trade of food products has increased by 0.3%, but retail trade of non-food products has grown by 2.2% - mainly because of the retail trade rise of automotive fuel (of 8%).
|Indices of retail trade turnover|
(as per cent over average monthly turnover of 2005 at constant prices)
Compared to February 2010, total retail trade turnover in February of this year according to calendar [i] adjusted data, calculating at constant prices, has risen by 3.6%.More notable growth still was recorded in non-food product group – of 6.1%.Excluding automotive fuel the retail trade of non-food products has grown by 10.3%.Retail trade of food products has reduced by 0.9 %.
|Changes of turnover in retail trade enterprises|
(as % of corresponding month of previous year, at constant prices, calendar adjusted data)
Turnover indices of retail trade enterprises by main kind of economic activity
(at constant prices)
I-II 2011 as % of I-II 2010
II 2011 as % of
Total, excluding retail trade of automotive fuel
retail trade with food products, total
retail trade with non-food products, total
retail trade with non-food products, excluding fuel
retail trade in non-specialised stores selling mainly non-food
retail trade in pharmaceutical and medical goods
retail trade in textiles, clothing, footwear and leather ware
retail sale of hardware, paints and glass
retail sale of furniture, lighting equipment and other household articles in specialised stores
More information on seasonally adjusted data, calendar adjusted data and non-adjusted data on retail trade turnover indices is available in the data base of the CSB.
Prepared by the Trade and Services Statistics Section
[i]Term “working day adjustment” is replaced with term “calendar adjustment”