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Italy's industrial sales rose in December

According to the report from the Istat, in December 2020 the seasonally adjusted turnover index increased by 1.0% compared to the previous month (+2.0% in the domestic market and -1.0% in non-domestic market); the fourth quarter reported a growth of 0.8% compared to the third quarter (+0.6% in domestic market and +1.2% in non-domestic market).

The seasonally adjusted industrial new orders index increased by 1.7% in December compared to November (+6.5% in domestic market and -4.9% in non-domestic market) and by 2.6% in the fourth quarter compared to the third quarter (+3.1% in domestic market and +2.0% in non-domestic market).

With respect to the same month of the previous year the calendar-adjusted industrial turnover index decreased by 0.5% (+1.7% in domestic market and -4.6% in non-domestic market). Calendar working days in December 2020 were 21, one more than December 2019.

The unadjusted industrial new orders index increased by 7.0% with respect to the same month of the previous year (+7.8% in domestic market and +5.8% in non-domestic market).

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