European Union ESA 2010: Eurostat: GDP: By Expenditure: Chain Linked 2015 Price: Seasonally & Working Days Adjusted

European Union Real GDP: YoY: swda

1996 - 2019 | Quarterly | % | CEIC Data

European Union’s Real GDP: YoY: swda data was reported at 1.374 % in Jun 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 1.645 % for Mar 2019. European Union’s Real GDP: YoY: swda data is updated quarterly, averaging 2.100 % from Mar 1996 to Jun 2019, with 94 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 4.542 % in Jun 2000 and a record low of -5.433 % in Mar 2009. European Union’s Real GDP: YoY: swda data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by CEIC Data. The data is categorized under World Trend Plus’s Global Economic Monitor – Table EU.A005: ESA 2010: Eurostat: GDP: By Expenditure: Chain Linked 2015 Price: Seasonally & Working Days Adjusted. CEIC calculates Real GDP Growth from quarterly Real GDP. Eurostat provides Real GDP in EUR, at chain linked 2015 prices.

Last

1.374

Jun 2019
Previous

1.645

Mar 2019
Min

-5.433

Mar 2009
Max

4.542

Jun 2000
Unit

%

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1996 - Jun 2019

Updated on 10 Oct 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

1.374

% Jun 2019

1.645

% Mar 2019

quarterly

Mar 1996 - Jun 2019

Updated on 10 Oct 2019

View European Union's Real GDP: YoY: swda from Mar 1996 to Jun 2019 in the chart:

European Union Real GDP: YoY: swda

Series Details
Series ID

211394302

Name

European Union Real GDP: YoY: swda

Country

European Union

Frequency

Quarterly

Unit

%

Status

Active

Source

CEIC Data

First Date

Mar 1996

Last Date

Jun 2019

Last Updated

10 Oct 2019

Statistics
Mean

1.781

Variance

2.983

Standard deviation

1.727

Skewness

-2.229

Kurtosis

6.606

Coefficient variation

0.970

Median

2.100

Max
Jun 2000

4.542

Min
Mar 2009

-5.433

Previous observation
Mar 2019

1.645

Last observation
Jun 2019

1.374

Number of Observations

94

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