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Indicators

To evaluate the current state of the Belgian economy, the FPB regularly updates a series of indicators. The indicators concern the macro-economic stance of the economies of Belgium, its three neighbouring countries and the euro area, as well as the transport industry.

  Economic sentiment indicator

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Economic sentiment indicator

Indices, long-term average = 100

 18192020Q421Q121Q221Q321M621M721M821M9Updated
Belgium106,097,786,093,2100,2117,1116,8120,0120,2116,6113,510/21
Germany112,1102,691,495,997,4112,9117,6117,2117,5117,2118,010/21
France106,3102,289,891,492,5109,8113,3112,7116,4112,4111,110/21
Netherlands109,4104,088,992,495,4111,4111,6113,7113,4110,4111,010/21
Euro area111,8103,788,291,495,3114,3118,1117,9119,0117,6117,810/21

 

Description: The Economic Sentiment Indicator is a composite indicator made up of the components of the confidence indicators for five sectors. By summarising developments in all surveyed sectors, it aims to track overall economic activity. Fixed weights are allocated to the different sectors to compute for the computation of the composite indicator: (1) manufacturing industry: 40%, (2) services: 30%, (3) consumers: 20%, (4) construction: 5%, (5) retail trade: 5%.

Unit: Seasonally adjusted indices, long-term average = 100

Source: European Commission

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