Germany Gross Domestic Product: Deflator and Volume Index: Quarterly

Germany DE: GDP Volume Index

1991 - 2018 | Quarterly | 2010=100 | International Monetary Fund

Germany’s DE: GDP Volume Index data was reported at 116.767 2010=100 in Sep 2018. This records an increase from the previous number of 115.087 2010=100 for Jun 2018. Germany’s DE: GDP Volume Index data is updated quarterly, averaging 94.268 2010=100 from Mar 1991 to Sep 2018, with 111 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 116.767 2010=100 in Sep 2018 and a record low of 77.388 2010=100 in Mar 1991. Germany’s DE: GDP Volume Index data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by International Monetary Fund. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Germany – Table DE.IMF.IFS: Gross Domestic Product: Deflator and Volume Index: Quarterly.

Last

115.087

Jun 2018
Previous

114.947

Mar 2018
Min

77.388

Mar 1991
Max

115.497

Sep 2017
Unit

2010=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Mar 1991 - Jun 2018

Updated on 18 Sep 2018
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

115.087

2010=100 Jun 2018 quarterly Mar 1991 - Jun 2018

114.947

2010=100 Mar 2018 quarterly Mar 1991 - Jun 2018

77.388

Mar 1991

115.497

Sep 2017

2010=100

quarterly

Mar 1991 - Jun 2018

Updated on 18 Sep 2018

View Germany's DE: GDP Volume Index from Mar 1991 to Jun 2018 in the chart:

Germany DE: GDP Volume Index

Series Details
Series ID

408705717

Name

Germany DE: GDP Volume Index

Country

Germany

Frequency

Quarterly

Unit

2010=100

Status

Active

Source

International Monetary Fund

First Date

Mar 1991

Last Date

Jun 2018

Last Updated

18 Sep 2018

Statistics
Mean

95.021

Variance

107.930

Standard deviation

10.389

Skewness

0.129

Kurtosis

-0.985

Coefficient variation

0.109

Median

94.203

Max
Sep 2017

115.497

Min
Mar 1991

77.388

Previous observation
Mar 2018

114.947

Last observation
Jun 2018

115.087

Number of Observations

110

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