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Swiss Q2 GDP: +0.6 percent QoQ, +2.0 percent YoY

Each quarter, the SECO estimates the GDP and its components. The main purpose of these estimations is to provide data that allow for an assessment of the cyclical development of the main macroeconomic aggregats in a timely adequate and credible manner.

Gross domestic product in the 2nd quarter of 2016

Switzerland’s real gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.6% in the 2nd quarter of 2016. Positive contributions to GDP came from foreign trade as well as government consumption, while household consumption expenditure stagnated, and investment in construction and equipment fell slightly. On the production side of GDP, growth was broadly based across sectors. The biggest boosts came from the energy sector, gov-ernment-related sectors and other services. In comparison to the 2nd quarter of 2015, real GDP grew by 2.0%.

 

GDP-QNA Tables (PDF, 57 kB, 05.09.2016)

Switzerland Real GDP: Change to Previous Quarter

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Switzerland Gross Domestic Product (GDP) YoY

Switzerland Gross Domestic Product (GDP) YoY – click to enlarge.

Volume index (2011=100), at prices of the preceding year, chained values, reference year 2010, seasonally and calendar adjusted data

Quarter on Quarter Growth Rates ESVG

Quarter on Quarter Growth Rates (real)

Quarter on Quarter Growth Rates ESVG – click to enlarge.

Year on Year Growth Rates ESVG

Year on Year Growth Rates (real)

Year on Year Growth Rates ESVG – click to enlarge.

Price Indices ESVG

Price Indices

Price Indices ESVG – click to enlarge.

Quarter on Quarter Growth Rates ESA

Quarter on Quarter Growth Rates (real)

Quarter on Quarter Growth Rates ESA – click to enlarge.

Year on Year Growth Rates ESA

Year on Year Growth Rates (real) ESA

Year on Year Growth Rates ESA – Click to enlarge.

Price Indices ESA

Price Indices ESA

Price Indices ESA – click to enlarge.

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