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Quarterly Bulletin - 2nd quarter of 2014
14.08.2014
The employment estimated for the 2nd quarter of 2014 in Azores, registered a positive evolution ( 3,0%) when compared with the previous quarter. According to the available indicators, the various sectors of Azorean economic activity have shown different behaviours: Industry and services sectors appeared to have had positive evolution; construction maintained a negative path and agriculture sector indicators have had a mixed evolution.
Tourism - June 2014
14.08.2014
The number of nights spent in the Azorean hotel establishments increased by 2,4% in June 2014 compared with June 2013. From January to June, the number of nights spent in the Azorean hotel establishments increased by 1,4% compared with the same period in 2013. The number of nights spent by residents increased by 9,2% and the number of nights spent by non-residents decreased by 4,1%.
IPC - July 2014
12.08.2014
The 12-month average rate of the Consumer Price Index (CPI), was 0,69% in July 2014. The annual rate decreased to -0,61%. The monthly rate was in July 2014 -0,16%.
Employment Statistics – 2nd quarter of 2014
05.08.2014
The employment estimated for the 2nd quarter of 2014 is up 3,2% from previous quarter and 3,0% from the same quarter of 2013. The unemployment rate of region Azores was 16,0% and the national average was 13,9%. This value (16,0%) is down 2,0 percentage points (p.p.) from previous quarter.
Tourism - May 2014
15.07.2014
The number of nights spent in the Azorean hotel establishments decreased by 1,7% in May 2014 compared with May 2013. From January to May, the number of nights spent in the Azorean hotel establishments increased by 1,1% compared with the same period in 2013. The number of nights spent by residents increased by 5,1% and the number of nights spent by non-residents decreased by 2,2%.
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