Industrial New Orders Received Index (IECI). January 2017


The index of new orders for industry (IECI) for industrial products, excluding energy, registered an inter-annual increases of 11.8% in Catalonia in January 2017. By large industrial sectors, all sectors rose: intermediate goods (13.7%), consumer goods (10.7%) and equipment goods (10.5%). In this same period, the general IECI index grew by 13.7% compared with the previous year in Catalonia.

The Industrial New Orders Received Index is a short-term indicator used to measure the monthly dynamics of orders received by industrial companies. It is a value index, i.e. it measures the joint evolution of amounts, qualities and prices.

To obtain this indicator, the INE conducts an on-going monthly survey. For Catalonia, it researches some 2,300 companies operating in the industrial sector, which are used to obtain the general indice. Idescat calculates the non-energy industrial products index for Catalonia and Spain, and breaks the figures down into large industrial sectors for Catalonia.

Basic data

Short-term economic indicators

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