Retail trade turnover in July 2011
Compared to June, the total retail trade turnover in July 2011 has increased by 1.8%, according to seasonally adjusted data at constant prices. Retail trade of food products has increased by 4.3%, while of non-food products by 0.6%, excluding the retail sale of automotive fuel - by 1.7%.
Compared to June, the total retail trade turnover at current prices (not taking into account seasonality) in July has grown by 3.8%.
|Indices of retail trade turnover|
(as per cent over the average monthly turnover of 2005 at constant prices)
Compared to July 2010, the total retail trade turnover in July 2011 has increased by 6.4%, according to calendar adjusted data at constant prices (at current prices, not taking into account influence of calendar days – an increase of 9.5%). Volume increase of 3% can be observed in food commodity group, whereas retail trade of non-food products has grown by 8.2%, excluding retail sale of automotive fuel – by 16.4%.
|Changes in turnover of retail trade enterprises|
(as % of the corresponding month of the previous year, at constant prices, calendar adjusted data)
Turnover indices of retail trade enterprises by the main kind of economic activity
(at constant prices)
VII 2011 as % over
I-VII 2011 as % over I-VII 2010
VI 2011 (seasonally adjusted)
Total retail trade
retail trade with food products, total
retail trade with non-food products, total (excluding retail sate of automotive 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
automotive fuel retail trade
Saleof motor vehicles and motorcycles
More information on seasonally adjusted data, calendar adjusted data and non-adjusted data on retail trade turnover indices is available in the CSB database.
Prepared by the Trade and Services Statistics Section