Monday December 05 2016
Austria Gasoline Prices at 1.11 USD/Liter


Gasoline Prices in Austria decreased to 1.11 USD/Liter in November from 1.20 USD/Liter in October of 2016.





Monday December 05 2016
Austria Interest Rate at 0.00 percent


The benchmark interest rate in Austria was last recorded at 0 percent.





Monday December 05 2016
Austria Retail Sales YoY at 2.00 percent


Retail Sales in Austria increased 2 percent in October of 2016 over the same month in the previous year.





Monday December 05 2016
Austria Retail Sales MoM at 0.80 percent


Retail Sales in Austria increased 0.80 percent in October of 2016 over the previous month.





Monday December 05 2016
Austria Private Debt to GDP at 165.64 percent


Private Debt to GDP in Austria increased to 165.64 percent in 2015 from 164.03 percent in 2014.





Monday December 05 2016
Austria Unemployment Rate at 9.00 percent


The unemployment rate in Austria declined to 9.0 percent in November of 2016 from 9.2 percent a year earlier. The number of unemployed persons went down by 3.6 thousand to 355.7 thousand. The youth jobless rate decreased by 1 percentage point to 11.9 percent while unemployment for those aged more than 50 years rose 1.9 percentage points to 29 percent. Meantime, the number of job vacancies increased by 8.9 thousand to 39.9 thousand.





Monday December 05 2016
Austria Manufacturing PMI at 55.40


Manufacturing PMI in Austria increased to 55.40 in November from 53.90 in October of 2016.





Monday December 05 2016
Austria Producer Prices at 98.70 Index Points


Producer Prices in Austria increased to 98.70 Index Points in October from 98.30 Index Points in September of 2016.





Monday December 05 2016
Austria Producer Prices Change at -0.60 percent


Producer Prices in Austria decreased 0.60 percent in October of 2016 over the same month in the previous year.





Monday December 05 2016
Austria GDP Growth Rate at 0.40 percent


The Austrian economy expanded 0.4 percent on quarter in the third quarter of 2016, higher than a 0.3 percent growth in the previous period, and matching preliminary estimates. Private consumption increased at a faster 0.4 percent (0.3 percent in Q2) while growth slowed for government spending (0.2 percent compared to 0.3 percent); gross fixed capital formation (0.7 percent compared to 1.2 percent in Q2); exports (0.2 percent compared to 0.6 percent) and imports (0.3 percent compared to 1 percent in Q2). Year-on-year, the economy advanced 1.2 percent, slightly below preliminary estimates of 1.3 percent.