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IAT-Açores - Tourism Leading Indicator for the Azores
25.11.2016
According to the Tourism Leading Indicator for the Azores, the number of overnight stays in October 2016 was approximately 132 thousand (year-on-year increase of 23%).
October Retail Sales Index
18.11.2016
Food sales by large multiple retailers presented in October a year-on-year monthly change rate of 1.77%, such as most of others change rates.
Tourism - September 2016
15.11.2016
Overnight stays spent in the Azorean hotel establishments increased by 17,6% in September 2016 compared with September 2015. From January to September, overnight stays spent in the Azorean hotel establishments increased by 20,9% compared with the same period in 2015. Overnight stays spent by residents increased by 19,2% and overnight stays spent by non-residents increased by 22,1%. Guests registered an increase of 16,5% in September and an increase of 19,2% from January to September. In September 2016, the average stay was 3,14 nights (1,0%) and the bed occupancy rate stood at 61,1% (4,8 p.p.). Total revenue increased by 36,4% and revenue from accommodation increased by 31,1% in September 2016. RevPar was EUR 48,9 and registered an increase of 21,9%.
Press Release of Quarterly Bulletin - 3rd quarter of 2016
11.11.2016
The employment estimated for the 3rd quarter of 2016 in Azores, registered a positive evolution (+0,6%) when compared with previous quarter and a negative evolution (-0,1%) when compared with same quarter of 2015. According to the available indicators, the Azorean economic activity has shown a global positive evolution.
IAT-Açores - Tourism Leading Indicator for the Azores
10.11.2016
According to the Tourism Leading Indicator for the Azores, the number of overnight stays in September was 182 thousand and in October 131 thousand (year-on-year increases of 17% and 22%, respectively).
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