Germany Construction Orders Index: 2000=100 (Quarterly)

Germany Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg

1991 - 2008 | Quarterly | 2000=100 | Federal Statistics Office Germany

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg data was reported at 83.700 2000=100 in Sep 2008. This records a decrease from the previous number of 85.600 2000=100 for Jun 2008. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg data is updated quarterly, averaging 105.600 2000=100 from Mar 1991 to Sep 2008, with 71 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 169.100 2000=100 in Mar 1995 and a record low of 62.200 2000=100 in Dec 2004. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Federal Statistics Office Germany. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA034: Construction Orders Index: 2000=100 (Quarterly).

Last

83.700

Sep 2008
Previous

85.600

Jun 2008
Min

62.200

Dec 2004
Max

169.100

Mar 1995
Unit

2000=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

83.700

2000=100 Sep 2008

85.600

2000=100 Jun 2008

quarterly

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Excl Dwellings

1991 - 2008 | Quarterly | 2000=100 | Federal Statistics Office Germany

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Excl Dwellings data was reported at 98.800 2000=100 in Sep 2008. This records a decrease from the previous number of 101.600 2000=100 for Jun 2008. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Excl Dwellings data is updated quarterly, averaging 102.400 2000=100 from Mar 1991 to Sep 2008, with 71 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 154.500 2000=100 in Jun 1995 and a record low of 67.900 2000=100 in Dec 2004. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Excl Dwellings data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Federal Statistics Office Germany. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA034: Construction Orders Index: 2000=100 (Quarterly).

Last

98.800

Sep 2008
Previous

101.600

Jun 2008
Min

67.900

Dec 2004
Max

154.500

Jun 1995
Unit

2000=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

98.800

2000=100 Sep 2008

101.600

2000=100 Jun 2008

quarterly

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Industrial

1991 - 2008 | Quarterly | 2000=100 | Federal Statistics Office Germany

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Industrial data was reported at 99.000 2000=100 in Sep 2008. This records a decrease from the previous number of 104.000 2000=100 for Jun 2008. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Industrial data is updated quarterly, averaging 101.000 2000=100 from Mar 1991 to Sep 2008, with 71 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 153.200 2000=100 in Jun 1995 and a record low of 65.100 2000=100 in Dec 2004. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Industrial data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Federal Statistics Office Germany. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA034: Construction Orders Index: 2000=100 (Quarterly).

Last

99.000

Sep 2008
Previous

104.000

Jun 2008
Min

65.100

Dec 2004
Max

153.200

Jun 1995
Unit

2000=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

99.000

2000=100 Sep 2008

104.000

2000=100 Jun 2008

quarterly

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Public

1991 - 2008 | Quarterly | 2000=100 | Federal Statistics Office Germany

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Public data was reported at 98.200 2000=100 in Sep 2008. This records an increase from the previous number of 92.700 2000=100 for Jun 2008. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Public data is updated quarterly, averaging 109.400 2000=100 from Mar 1991 to Sep 2008, with 71 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 164.600 2000=100 in Sep 1994 and a record low of 73.600 2000=100 in Dec 2006. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Public data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Federal Statistics Office Germany. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA034: Construction Orders Index: 2000=100 (Quarterly).

Last

98.200

Sep 2008
Previous

92.700

Jun 2008
Min

73.600

Dec 2006
Max

164.600

Sep 1994
Unit

2000=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

98.200

2000=100 Sep 2008

92.700

2000=100 Jun 2008

quarterly

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Residential

1991 - 2008 | Quarterly | 2000=100 | Federal Statistics Office Germany

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Residential data was reported at 52.800 2000=100 in Sep 2008. This records a decrease from the previous number of 53.200 2000=100 for Jun 2008. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Residential data is updated quarterly, averaging 98.700 2000=100 from Mar 1991 to Sep 2008, with 71 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 199.800 2000=100 in Jun 1994 and a record low of 50.700 2000=100 in Mar 2008. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Residential data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Federal Statistics Office Germany. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA034: Construction Orders Index: 2000=100 (Quarterly).

Last

52.800

Sep 2008
Previous

53.200

Jun 2008
Min

50.700

Mar 2008
Max

199.800

Jun 1994
Unit

2000=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

52.800

2000=100 Sep 2008

53.200

2000=100 Jun 2008

quarterly

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: School & Post Office

1991 - 2006 | Quarterly | 2000=100 | Federal Statistics Office Germany

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: School & Post Office data was reported at 49.300 2000=100 in Dec 2006. This records a decrease from the previous number of 49.700 2000=100 for Sep 2006. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: School & Post Office data is updated quarterly, averaging 117.300 2000=100 from Mar 1991 to Dec 2006, with 64 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 244.300 2000=100 in Dec 1992 and a record low of 46.200 2000=100 in Dec 2004. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: School & Post Office data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Federal Statistics Office Germany. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA034: Construction Orders Index: 2000=100 (Quarterly).

Last

49.300

Dec 2006
Previous

49.700

Sep 2006
Min

46.200

Dec 2004
Max

244.300

Dec 1992
Unit

2000=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1991 - Dec 2006

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

49.300

2000=100 Dec 2006

49.700

2000=100 Sep 2006

quarterly

Mar 1991 - Dec 2006

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering

1991 - 2008 | Quarterly | 2000=100 | Federal Statistics Office Germany

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering data was reported at 104.500 2000=100 in Sep 2008. This records a decrease from the previous number of 107.500 2000=100 for Jun 2008. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering data is updated quarterly, averaging 99.600 2000=100 from Mar 1991 to Sep 2008, with 71 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 121.600 2000=100 in Jun 1999 and a record low of 70.400 2000=100 in Dec 2004. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Federal Statistics Office Germany. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA034: Construction Orders Index: 2000=100 (Quarterly).

Last

104.500

Sep 2008
Previous

107.500

Jun 2008
Min

70.400

Dec 2004
Max

121.600

Jun 1999
Unit

2000=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

104.500

2000=100 Sep 2008

107.500

2000=100 Jun 2008

quarterly

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Excl Roads

1991 - 2008 | Quarterly | 2000=100 | Federal Statistics Office Germany

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Excl Roads data was reported at 92.400 2000=100 in Sep 2008. This records a decrease from the previous number of 95.500 2000=100 for Jun 2008. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Excl Roads data is updated quarterly, averaging 98.900 2000=100 from Mar 1991 to Sep 2008, with 71 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 123.100 2000=100 in Mar 1994 and a record low of 64.800 2000=100 in Dec 2006. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Excl Roads data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Federal Statistics Office Germany. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA034: Construction Orders Index: 2000=100 (Quarterly).

Last

92.400

Sep 2008
Previous

95.500

Jun 2008
Min

64.800

Dec 2006
Max

123.100

Mar 1994
Unit

2000=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

92.400

2000=100 Sep 2008

95.500

2000=100 Jun 2008

quarterly

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Industrial

1991 - 2008 | Quarterly | 2000=100 | Federal Statistics Office Germany

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Industrial data was reported at 97.900 2000=100 in Sep 2008. This records a decrease from the previous number of 100.200 2000=100 for Jun 2008. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Industrial data is updated quarterly, averaging 89.800 2000=100 from Mar 1991 to Sep 2008, with 71 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 122.500 2000=100 in Jun 1999 and a record low of 64.900 2000=100 in Dec 2005. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Industrial data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Federal Statistics Office Germany. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA034: Construction Orders Index: 2000=100 (Quarterly).

Last

97.900

Sep 2008
Previous

100.200

Jun 2008
Min

64.900

Dec 2005
Max

122.500

Jun 1999
Unit

2000=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

97.900

2000=100 Sep 2008

100.200

2000=100 Jun 2008

quarterly

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Public

1991 - 2008 | Quarterly | 2000=100 | Federal Statistics Office Germany

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Public data was reported at 87.900 2000=100 in Sep 2008. This records a decrease from the previous number of 91.500 2000=100 for Jun 2008. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Public data is updated quarterly, averaging 104.700 2000=100 from Mar 1991 to Sep 2008, with 71 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 145.400 2000=100 in Jun 1994 and a record low of 60.200 2000=100 in Dec 2006. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Public data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Federal Statistics Office Germany. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA034: Construction Orders Index: 2000=100 (Quarterly).

Last

87.900

Sep 2008
Previous

91.500

Jun 2008
Min

60.200

Dec 2006
Max

145.400

Jun 1994
Unit

2000=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

87.900

2000=100 Sep 2008

91.500

2000=100 Jun 2008

quarterly

Mar 1991 - Sep 2008

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg
Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Excl Dwellings
Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Industrial
Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Public
Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: Residential
Construction Orders Value Index: Bldg: School & Post Office
Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering
Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Excl Roads
Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Industrial
Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Public
Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: Roads
Construction Orders Value Index: Civil Engineering: School & Pos
Construction Orders Value Index: Total
Construction Orders Volume Index: Bldg
Construction Orders Volume Index: Bldg: Excl Dwellings
Construction Orders Volume Index: Bldg: Residential
Construction Orders Volume Index: Civil Engineering: Excl Roads
Construction Orders Volume Index: Civil Engineering: Roads
Construction Orders Volume Index: Total
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