In progress compared to the previous month, with sustained growth compared to the same month of 2020, three points above the pre-pandemic levels.
The data recorded by Istat for industrial production in November are positive, which sees widespread growth for almost all sectors, with values beyond analysts’ forecasts. In fact, it is estimated that the seasonally adjusted index of industrial production will increase by 1.9% compared to October, thus taking 3.1% above the levels of February 2020, taken as a reference as the last pre-pandemic period.
On average for the quarter September-November, the level of production grew by 0.6% compared to the previous quarter. 6%), capital goods (+ 2.0%), consumer goods (+ 1.7%) and intermediate goods (+0.8%).
Corrected for calendar effects, in November 2021 the overall index increased in trend terms by 6.3% (there were 21 calendar working days as in November 2020). This is the third consecutive increase, with data accelerating compared to the previous two.,
Significant trend increases characterize energy (+ 12.4%) and consumer goods (+ 9.4%); more contained is the growth for intermediate goods (+ 4.3%) and capital goods (+3.8%).