After two months of downturns, the industry's turnover returns to growth in November in economic terms.
In fact, it is estimated that, net of seasonal factors, it will increase by 0.9% in the month, recording a positive trend on both markets (+0.6% on the domestic market and +1.3% on the foreign market).
Istat indicates it.
On an annual basis, corrected for calendar effects, total turnover grew by 11.5%, with increases of 10.1% on the domestic market and 14.3% on the foreign market.
Among the main groupings of industries, the highest trend increase is for energy (+19.5%).
Marked increases also for capital goods (+17.6%) and consumer goods (+13.3%), more contained for intermediate goods (+4.5%).
On a cyclical basis, energy is down -1.8%.
The seasonally adjusted turnover indices also show an increase on a monthly basis for capital goods (+2.7%) and consumer goods (+1.5%), while intermediate goods also show a decrease (-0.5 %).
According to the president of the national consumers' union, Massimiliano Dona, these are "positive" data, despite the increases being inflated by galloping inflation, and "even the changes in volume register a positive trend, even if we fear that for the market this is not the case, given the differences that exist for data in value between Italian and foreign turnover".