Retail turnover nearly half a percent up in June - Statistics Netherlands

Summary

Statistics Netherlands (CBS) reports for June 2022 that the Dutch retail sector recorded 0.4 percent year-on-year turnover growth. The volume of sales went down by 6.3 percent. Turnover in the food sector was up by 4.7 percent, while turnover in the non-food sector was down by 3 percent. Furthermore, online retail turnover decreased by 6.5 percent.

Retail turnover data have been adjusted for the shopping-day pattern in June. Retail sales tend to vary from one day to the next. If the shopping-day pattern is not taken into account, retail turnover in June 2022 was 0.7 percent higher than in the same month last year.

Statistics Netherlands (CBS) reports for June 2022 that the Dutch retail sector recorded 0.4 percent year-on-year turnover growth. The volume of sales went down by 6.3 percent. Turnover in the food sector was up by 4.7 percent, while turnover in the non-food sector was down by 3 percent. Furthermore, online retail turnover decreased by 6.5 percent.

Retail turnover data have been adjusted for the shopping-day pattern in June. Retail sales tend to vary from one day to the next. If the shopping-day pattern is not taken into account, retail turnover in June 2022 was 0.7 percent higher than in the same month last year.

Download CSV Show datatable Turnover retail sector* (adjusted for shopping days) Turnover retail sector* (adjusted for shopping days) month change (year-on-year % change) 2015 January 1.4 2015 February 2.4 2015 March 1.4 2015 April 1.6 2015 May 1.4 2015 June 4 2015 July 2.9 2015 August 1 2015 September 5 2015 October 2.4 2015 November 1.1 2015 December 2.8 2016 January 1.5 2016 February 2.2 2016 March 1.5 2016 April 0.8 2016 May 3.5 2016 June 1.4 2016 July 2.8 2016 August 2.1 2016 September 0.4 2016 October 5.2 2016 November 5 2016 December 2.3 2017 January 5 2017 February 2.9 2017 March 4.6 2017 April 4.3 2017 May 3.8 2017 June 4.5 2017 July 4.5 2017 August 4.5 2017 September 5.8 2017 October 1.5 2017 November 5.4 2017 December 3.7 2018 January 3.6 2018 February 3 2018 March 1.7 2018 April 5.7 2018 May 3.7 2018 June 3.2 2018 July 3.8 2018 August 3.5 2018 September 1.9 2018 October 3.4 2018 November 4.2 2018 December 2.6 2019 January 1.5 2019 February 4.1 2019 March 4.1 2019 April 1.9 2019 May 2.6 2019 June 3.1 2019 July 3 2019 August 2.9 2019 September 4.4 2019 October 3.6 2019 November 2.4 2019 December 5.2 2020 January 3.5 2020 February 4.9 2020 March 3.4 2020 April -1 2020 May 8.6 2020 June 10.2 2020 July 9.2 2020 August 10.2 2020 September 7.3 2020 October 7.2 2020 November 10.1 2020 December -3.4 2021 January -6.1 2021 February -2.8 2021 March 6.6 2021 April 9.7 2021 May 9.5 2021 June 5.6 2021 July 2.8 2021 August 3.3 2021 September 4.2 2021 October 6.8 2021 November 5.3 2021 December 6.4 2022 January 18.1 2022 February 15.3 2022 March 8.4 2022 April 8.3 2022 May 1.6 2022 June 0.4 *excluding petrol stations and pharmacies

Turnover in non-food sector 3 percent lower

In June, turnover in the non-food sector was down by 3 percent year on year. The volume of sales (adjusted for price changes) fell by 8 percent compared to the same month last year.

Shops selling personal care products saw turnover growth. However, shops selling consumer electronics and white goods, shops selling furniture and home furnishings, shops selling recreational goods and those selling DIY products, kitchens and flooring had lower turnover than twelve months previously. Turnover of clothes shops and shops selling footwear and leather products was also lower in June 2022.

Turnover of food shops almost 5 percent up

Shops selling food, beverages and tobacco achieved 4.7 percent higher turnover in June 2022 than in the same month last year. The volume of sales, however, was 4.7 percent lower. Turnover at supermarkets and specialist shops was up by 4.9 and 3.5 percent respectively.

Download CSV Show datatable Turnover branches retail sector* (adjusted for shopping days) Turnover branches retail sector* (adjusted for shopping days) June 2022 (year-on-year % change) May 2022 (year-on-year % change) Total food 0.4 1.6 Supermarkets 4.9 1.8 Specialist shops 3.5 2.4 Total non-food -3 2.7 Personal care products 8.7 11.3 Clothes -3.4 16 Shoes and leather products -5.1 12.1 DIY products, kitchens, flooring -6 -6.6 Recreational goods -6.1 1 Furniture and household articles -7.7 -7.5 Consumer electronics -10.2 -9.7 * excluding petrol stations and pharmacies

Online turnover 6.5 percent lower

In June, online turnover was down by 6.5 percent year on year. Web shops recorded a turnover decrease of 7.1 percent; their core activity is selling goods and services over the internet. Multi-channel retailers (retailers selling goods and services over the internet as a side activity) achieved 5.9 percent lower turnover in online sales. Online turnover of food and personal care products was slightly higher. Other subsectors achieved less turnover than twelve months previously.

Retail turnover nearly half a percent up in June - Statistics Netherlands
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