Year-on-year, production went up for non-durable consumer goods (1.9 percent); intermediate goods (1.3 percent); capital goods (1.2 percent) and energy (0.7 percent) but fell for durable consumer goods (-0.2 percent).
Considering the EU28, output went up 1.2 percent, due to intermediate goods (1.6 percent); capital goods (1.5 percent); durable consumer goods (0.9 percent) and non-durable consumer goods (0.8 percent) while production of energy fell 0.1 percent. Among Member States for which data are available, the highest increases were registered in Lithuania (+7.9 percent), Slovenia (+7.4 percent) and Estonia (+6.5 percent) while decreases were seen in Denmark (-3.2 percent), France (-1.0 percent) and Ireland (-0.9 percent).
On a monthly basis, Eurozone industrial output fell 0.8 percent, dragged down by production of durable consumer goods (-5.6 percent); capital goods (-2.2 percent); intermediate goods (-0.7 percent) and energy (-0.2 percent) while production of non-durable consumer goods rose by 0.3 percent.
In the EU28, the decrease of 0.7 percent is due to production of durable consumer goods falling by 3.7 percent; capital goods by 1.6 percent; energy by 0.6 percent; non-durable consumer goods by 0.4 percent and intermediate goods by 0.1 percent. Among Member States for which data are available, the largest decreases were registered in Denmark (-8.1 percent); Germany (-1.9 percent) and Greece (-1.8 percent), and the highest increases in Sweden (+7.6 percent); Ireland (+6.4 percent) and Estonia (+5.2 percent).