Finland July Indicator of Total Output: Detailed

Following is a detailed table of the July indicator of total output report from Statistics Finland in Helsinki:

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                          July    June     May   April   March    Feb.    Jan.
                          2011    2011    2011    2011    2011    2011    2011
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Working day adjusted    ------------------------- YoY ------------------------
GDP Indicator             4.9%    2.8%    5.7%    3.7%    4.2%    4.3%    3.2%
 Primary production       7.0%   13.8%    7.2%    6.4%   -0.1%   -6.3%   -8.1%
 Secondary production     4.2%    2.4%    6.9%    4.5%    8.4%    7.9%    7.0%
 Services                 5.1%    2.6%    5.1%    3.2%    2.6%    3.3%    2.1%
                        --------------------- Index Level --------------------
Working day adjusted
GDP Indicator            121.3   135.1   123.4   119.8   124.7   113.3   113.5
 Primary production       75.8   121.0   112.7   123.5   135.8   101.0   111.4
 Secondary production    118.2   140.3   130.2   126.5   135.3   117.3   115.5
 Services                123.6   132.8   120.4   116.5   119.6   111.6   112.2
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Note: Index base 2000 = 100.
      The Monthly Indicator of GDP is based on twelve monthly series
      on different industries of the economy. The series are summed by
      weighting. The purpose of the Monthly Indicator is to anticipate the
      development of the quarterly gross domestic product calculated later
      with more detailed data.

Source: Tilastokeskus (Statistics Finland)

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