M2 PRESSWIRE-August 2, 2019-: Global Non-Durable
Goods Merchant Wholesalers Market Report 2019 with Profiles of C&S Wholesale Grocers, Cardinal Health, Heineken Asia Pacific, Performance Food, Walgreens Boots Alliance
Industrial producer prices in the euro area in April 2019, compared with March 2019, fell by 1.5 percent in the energy sector, while prices rose by 0.1 percent for intermediate goods, capital goods and durable consumer goods, and by 0.5 percent for non-durable
Monthly comparison by main industrial grouping and by Member State Industrial producer prices in the euro area in October 2018, compared with September 2018, rose by 2.7% in the energy sector, by 0.2% for capital goods and by 0.1% for intermediate goods and durable consumer goods, while prices fell by 0.1% for non-durable
The 0.6% increase in industrial producer prices in total industry in the euro area in May 2016, compared with April 2016, is due to rises of 1.7% in the energy sector, of 0.3% for intermediate goods and of 0.1% for non-durable
The increase of 1.1% in industrial production in the euro area in April, compared with March, is due to the production of durable consumer goods rising by 2.3%, capital goods by 1.9%, non-durable
consumer goods by 1.6%, intermediate goods by 0.4% and energy by 0.3%.
The number of employees in industry by main industrial groupings in November 2013, in comparison with November 2012, was higher in Intermediate goods industries, except energy by 1.5 percent, capital goods industries by 0.4 percent, durable consumer goods industries by 6.8percent and non-durable
consumer goods industries by 1.5percent, but lower in energy by 1.8percent
According to Derek Engelbrecht, Retail and Consumer Products Sector leader at Ernst & Young in South Africa, the survey results indicate that the growth in durable goods and particularly semi-durable goods remained lively, but non-durable
goods sales volumes disappointed.
* Prices for materials, food, chemicals, and energy paid by all manufacturers of packaging products and all consumers of non-durable
goods will rise in the long-term.
Over the same quarter of 2010, employment increased 5.6 percent in intermediate goods, 6.7 percent in durable consumer goods, 3.4 percent in non-durable
consumer goods, decreased 3.4 percent in energy and increased 12.3 percent in capital goods.
consumer goods gained 4.2% in the eurozone and 4.5% in the EU27.
The output of non-durable
consumer goods rose 13.4%, following a large decline in the previous month.