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21st Austria weekly - FOS, Registrations of passenger cars, regional foreign trade 2018 (19/07/2019)

21.07.2019

Fashion on Screen: New stock at Vienna Stock Exchange: As of friday, the British company Fashion On Screen (FOS), headquartered in London, is newly listed in the market segment direct market. The shares of Fashion On Screen (ISIN: GB00BDDVW715) can be traded daily in a single auction. According to the company, Fashion On Screen is operating in the area of film productions.

Registrations of passenger cars: 7 312 passenger cars were registered and deregistered within one day in the first half of 2019, as Statistics Austria reports. Compared to the previous years' results (11 136), the number of one-day registrations fell by 34.3%. In the first six months of 2019, one-day registrations accounted for 4.2% of all new passenger car registrations (first half of 2018: 5.8%). In all months of the first half 2019, one-day passenger car registrations declined compared to the same month of the previous year: January -21.5%, February -45.1%, March -31.0%, April -17.6%, May -41.1% and June -40.9%. The number of short-term registrations of passenger cars up to seven days declined by 29.5%, registrations up to 30 days (-16.9%) and 60 days (-12.8%) decreased as well. There were also fewer new passenger car registrations up to 90 days (-12.9%) and up to 120 days (-12.5%).

Regional foreign trade 2018: In 2018, all nine Austrian federal states registered increases in exports, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. The federal states Styria (+13.9%) and Salzburg (+9.0%) realised the highest relative increases. In absolute terms, Styria (+Euro 3.02 bn) and Upper Austria (+Euro 1.67 bn) showed the strongest gains. On the import side, Styria (+13.2% or +Euro 2.25 bn) and Carinthia (+8.3% or +Euro 0.54 bn) recorded the strongest relative increases compared to the previous year. Tyrol was the only federal state with a negative development and registered a small decline of imports (-1.2%). The highest external trade values in terms of trade intensity (sum of imports and exports) were observed in Upper Austria, Vienna and Lower Austria – in the order indicated. Among the Austrian federal states, the largest part of imports was registered in Vienna (Euro 38.13 bn, 24.5% of the overall Austrian imports). Upper Austria (Euro 28.88 bn, 18.5%) and Lower Austria (Euro 26.69 bn, 17.1%) recorded the second and third highest import shares. With more than one quarter, Upper Austria had the largest share in the overall Austrian exports (Euro 38.19 bn, 25.5%), followed by Styria ( Euro 24.75 bn, 16.5%) and Lower Austria (Euro 23.15 bn, 15.4%). Five of the nine federal states showed a foreign trade surplus in 2018. Upper Austria had the largest surplus (Euro 9.31 bn), whereas Vienna displayed the highest trade deficit (-€18.63 bn).

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (19/07/2019)


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21st Austria weekly - FOS, Registrations of passenger cars, regional foreign trade 2018 (19/07/2019)


21.07.2019


Fashion on Screen: New stock at Vienna Stock Exchange: As of friday, the British company Fashion On Screen (FOS), headquartered in London, is newly listed in the market segment direct market. The shares of Fashion On Screen (ISIN: GB00BDDVW715) can be traded daily in a single auction. According to the company, Fashion On Screen is operating in the area of film productions.

Registrations of passenger cars: 7 312 passenger cars were registered and deregistered within one day in the first half of 2019, as Statistics Austria reports. Compared to the previous years' results (11 136), the number of one-day registrations fell by 34.3%. In the first six months of 2019, one-day registrations accounted for 4.2% of all new passenger car registrations (first half of 2018: 5.8%). In all months of the first half 2019, one-day passenger car registrations declined compared to the same month of the previous year: January -21.5%, February -45.1%, March -31.0%, April -17.6%, May -41.1% and June -40.9%. The number of short-term registrations of passenger cars up to seven days declined by 29.5%, registrations up to 30 days (-16.9%) and 60 days (-12.8%) decreased as well. There were also fewer new passenger car registrations up to 90 days (-12.9%) and up to 120 days (-12.5%).

Regional foreign trade 2018: In 2018, all nine Austrian federal states registered increases in exports, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. The federal states Styria (+13.9%) and Salzburg (+9.0%) realised the highest relative increases. In absolute terms, Styria (+Euro 3.02 bn) and Upper Austria (+Euro 1.67 bn) showed the strongest gains. On the import side, Styria (+13.2% or +Euro 2.25 bn) and Carinthia (+8.3% or +Euro 0.54 bn) recorded the strongest relative increases compared to the previous year. Tyrol was the only federal state with a negative development and registered a small decline of imports (-1.2%). The highest external trade values in terms of trade intensity (sum of imports and exports) were observed in Upper Austria, Vienna and Lower Austria – in the order indicated. Among the Austrian federal states, the largest part of imports was registered in Vienna (Euro 38.13 bn, 24.5% of the overall Austrian imports). Upper Austria (Euro 28.88 bn, 18.5%) and Lower Austria (Euro 26.69 bn, 17.1%) recorded the second and third highest import shares. With more than one quarter, Upper Austria had the largest share in the overall Austrian exports (Euro 38.19 bn, 25.5%), followed by Styria ( Euro 24.75 bn, 16.5%) and Lower Austria (Euro 23.15 bn, 15.4%). Five of the nine federal states showed a foreign trade surplus in 2018. Upper Austria had the largest surplus (Euro 9.31 bn), whereas Vienna displayed the highest trade deficit (-€18.63 bn).

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (19/07/2019)




 

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