Germany Construction Orders Value Index: 1995=100: Seasonally and Working Day Adjusted

Germany Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg

1996 - 2002 | Monthly | 1995=100 | Deutsche Bundesbank

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg data was reported at 58.600 1995=100 in Dec 2002. This records an increase from the previous number of 52.900 1995=100 for Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg data is updated monthly, averaging 77.100 1995=100 from Feb 1996 to Dec 2002, with 83 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 97.500 1995=100 in Jun 1996 and a record low of 50.600 1995=100 in Oct 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Deutsche Bundesbank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA016: Construction Orders Value Index: 1995=100: Seasonally and Working Day Adjusted.

Last

58.600

Dec 2002
Previous

52.900

Nov 2002
Min

50.600

Oct 2002
Max

97.500

Jun 1996
Unit

1995=100

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

58.600

1995=100 Dec 2002

52.900

1995=100 Nov 2002

monthly

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Industrial

1996 - 2002 | Monthly | 1995=100 | Deutsche Bundesbank

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Industrial data was reported at 64.900 1995=100 in Dec 2002. This records an increase from the previous number of 50.500 1995=100 for Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Industrial data is updated monthly, averaging 74.700 1995=100 from Feb 1996 to Dec 2002, with 83 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 96.200 1995=100 in Jul 1996 and a record low of 50.500 1995=100 in Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Industrial data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Deutsche Bundesbank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA016: Construction Orders Value Index: 1995=100: Seasonally and Working Day Adjusted.

Last

64.900

Dec 2002
Previous

50.500

Nov 2002
Min

50.500

Nov 2002
Max

96.200

Jul 1996
Unit

1995=100

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

64.900

1995=100 Dec 2002

50.500

1995=100 Nov 2002

monthly

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Public

1996 - 2002 | Monthly | 1995=100 | Deutsche Bundesbank

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Public data was reported at 62.200 1995=100 in Dec 2002. This records an increase from the previous number of 61.300 1995=100 for Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Public data is updated monthly, averaging 77.500 1995=100 from Feb 1996 to Dec 2002, with 83 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 103.600 1995=100 in Feb 1997 and a record low of 52.100 1995=100 in Oct 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Public data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Deutsche Bundesbank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA016: Construction Orders Value Index: 1995=100: Seasonally and Working Day Adjusted.

Last

62.200

Dec 2002
Previous

61.300

Nov 2002
Min

52.100

Oct 2002
Max

103.600

Feb 1997
Unit

1995=100

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

62.200

1995=100 Dec 2002

61.300

1995=100 Nov 2002

monthly

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Residential

1996 - 2002 | Monthly | 1995=100 | Deutsche Bundesbank

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Residential data was reported at 50.600 1995=100 in Dec 2002. This records a decrease from the previous number of 52.900 1995=100 for Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Residential data is updated monthly, averaging 78.200 1995=100 from Feb 1996 to Dec 2002, with 83 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 109.500 1995=100 in Sep 1996 and a record low of 43.300 1995=100 in Dec 2001. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Residential data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Deutsche Bundesbank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA016: Construction Orders Value Index: 1995=100: Seasonally and Working Day Adjusted.

Last

50.600

Dec 2002
Previous

52.900

Nov 2002
Min

43.300

Dec 2001
Max

109.500

Sep 1996
Unit

1995=100

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

50.600

1995=100 Dec 2002

52.900

1995=100 Nov 2002

monthly

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: swda: By Client: Ind: 1996=100

1999 - 2002 | Monthly | 1996=100 | Deutsche Bundesbank

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: By Client: Ind: 1996=100 data was reported at 69.200 1996=100 in Dec 2002. This records an increase from the previous number of 62.100 1996=100 for Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: By Client: Ind: 1996=100 data is updated monthly, averaging 75.150 1996=100 from Jan 1999 to Dec 2002, with 48 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 86.000 1996=100 in Feb 1999 and a record low of 62.100 1996=100 in Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: By Client: Ind: 1996=100 data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Deutsche Bundesbank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA016: Construction Orders Value Index: 1995=100: Seasonally and Working Day Adjusted.

Last

69.200

Dec 2002
Previous

62.100

Nov 2002
Min

62.100

Nov 2002
Max

86.000

Feb 1999
Unit

1996=100

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1999 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

69.200

1996=100 Dec 2002

62.100

1996=100 Nov 2002

monthly

Jan 1999 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: swda: By Client: Public: 1997=100

1999 - 2002 | Monthly | 1997=100 | Deutsche Bundesbank

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: By Client: Public: 1997=100 data was reported at 71.700 1997=100 in Dec 2002. This records a decrease from the previous number of 78.200 1997=100 for Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: By Client: Public: 1997=100 data is updated monthly, averaging 82.000 1997=100 from Jan 1999 to Dec 2002, with 48 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 93.400 1997=100 in May 1999 and a record low of 71.700 1997=100 in Dec 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: By Client: Public: 1997=100 data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Deutsche Bundesbank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA016: Construction Orders Value Index: 1995=100: Seasonally and Working Day Adjusted.

Last

71.700

Dec 2002
Previous

78.200

Nov 2002
Min

71.700

Dec 2002
Max

93.400

May 1999
Unit

1997=100

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1999 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

71.700

1997=100 Dec 2002

78.200

1997=100 Nov 2002

monthly

Jan 1999 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Civil Engineering

1996 - 2002 | Monthly | 1995=100 | Deutsche Bundesbank

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Civil Engineering data was reported at 76.100 1995=100 in Dec 2002. This records a decrease from the previous number of 85.200 1995=100 for Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Civil Engineering data is updated monthly, averaging 86.700 1995=100 from Feb 1996 to Dec 2002, with 83 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 101.200 1995=100 in Sep 1998 and a record low of 75.300 1995=100 in Jan 2001. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Civil Engineering data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Deutsche Bundesbank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA016: Construction Orders Value Index: 1995=100: Seasonally and Working Day Adjusted.

Last

76.100

Dec 2002
Previous

85.200

Nov 2002
Min

75.300

Jan 2001
Max

101.200

Sep 1998
Unit

1995=100

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

76.100

1995=100 Dec 2002

85.200

1995=100 Nov 2002

monthly

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Total

1996 - 2002 | Monthly | 1995=100 | Deutsche Bundesbank

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Total data was reported at 65.200 1995=100 in Dec 2002. This records an increase from the previous number of 65.100 1995=100 for Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Total data is updated monthly, averaging 80.300 1995=100 from Feb 1996 to Dec 2002, with 83 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 94.500 1995=100 in Jul 1996 and a record low of 63.400 1995=100 in Aug 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Total data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Deutsche Bundesbank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA016: Construction Orders Value Index: 1995=100: Seasonally and Working Day Adjusted.

Last

65.200

Dec 2002
Previous

65.100

Nov 2002
Min

63.400

Aug 2002
Max

94.500

Jul 1996
Unit

1995=100

Frequency

monthly

Range

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

65.200

1995=100 Dec 2002

65.100

1995=100 Nov 2002

monthly

Feb 1996 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg

1997 - 2002 | Monthly | 1995=100 | Deutsche Bundesbank

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg data was reported at 71.800 1995=100 in Dec 2002. This records an increase from the previous number of 62.300 1995=100 for Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg data is updated monthly, averaging 79.850 1995=100 from Jul 1997 to Dec 2002, with 66 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 89.500 1995=100 in Oct 1999 and a record low of 59.300 1995=100 in Oct 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Deutsche Bundesbank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA016: Construction Orders Value Index: 1995=100: Seasonally and Working Day Adjusted.

Last

71.800

Dec 2002
Previous

62.300

Nov 2002
Min

59.300

Oct 2002
Max

89.500

Oct 1999
Unit

1995=100

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jul 1997 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

71.800

1995=100 Dec 2002

62.300

1995=100 Nov 2002

monthly

Jul 1997 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

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Germany Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg: Industrial

1997 - 2002 | Monthly | 1995=100 | Deutsche Bundesbank

Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg: Industrial data was reported at 78.500 1995=100 in Dec 2002. This records an increase from the previous number of 58.500 1995=100 for Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg: Industrial data is updated monthly, averaging 82.300 1995=100 from Jul 1997 to Dec 2002, with 66 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 106.900 1995=100 in Mar 2002 and a record low of 58.500 1995=100 in Nov 2002. Germany’s Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg: Industrial data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Deutsche Bundesbank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.EA016: Construction Orders Value Index: 1995=100: Seasonally and Working Day Adjusted.

Last

78.500

Dec 2002
Previous

58.500

Nov 2002
Min

58.500

Nov 2002
Max

106.900

Mar 2002
Unit

1995=100

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jul 1997 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

78.500

1995=100 Dec 2002

58.500

1995=100 Nov 2002

monthly

Jul 1997 - Dec 2002

Updated on 03 Jul 2019

View Germany's Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg: Industrial from Jul 1997 to Dec 2002 in the chart:

Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Industrial
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Public
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Bldg: Residential
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: By Client: Ind: 1996=100
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: By Client: Public: 1997=100
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Civil Engineering
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: Total
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg: Industrial
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg: Public
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Bldg: Residential
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: By Client: Industrial
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: By Client: Public
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Civil Engineering
Construction Orders Value Index: swda: West: Total
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