This article takes a look at the natural gas markets in the European Union (EU)
, presenting recent statistical data on the number and activities of companies that either bring natural gas into the country or by indigenous production (IMport and PROduction = IMPRO) and retail companies across EU Member States
, Serbia, Turkey and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). More ...
This article takes a look at electricity markets in the European Union (EU)
, presenting recent statistical data on the number of electricity generating
and retailing companies across EU Member States and Norway, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Turkey. More ...
This article describes the house price index (HPI)
in the euro area
and the European Union (EU
), presenting data on this indicator both at European and Member State level. It also provides examples of possible use of this indicator in relation to other statistics, such as consumer price indices
, rent price indices and household disposable income. Finally, a summary description of the methodology used in the compilation of the HPI is given. More ...
This article is part of the Eurostat
online publication Tourism trips of Europeans
. The publication provides recent statistics on tourism demand
in the European Union (EU)
The other articles in this online publication analyse physical flows of tourists
. This one adds a monetary dimension by taking a closer look at the expenditure of EU More ...
This article presents structural business statistics (SBS)
; these data describe the structure, main characteristics and performance of economic activities across the European Union (EU)
. While the statistics presented in this article are generally analysed at the level of NACE
sections readers should note that structural business statistics are available at a much more detailed level (several hundred sectors). More ...
This article reports on three forms of unemployment
in the European Union (EU)
which are not covered by the ILO
definition of unemployment. They are: underemployed part-time workers
, jobless persons seeking a job but not immediately available for work
and jobless persons available for work but not seeking it
. These three groups do not meet all criteria of the ILO unemployment definition i.e. being without work, actively seeking work, and being available for work. More ...
The data in this article show the most recent annual rates of change for the euro area
and its main components issued by Eurostat
. The figures presented are early estimates of euro area inflation. More ...
In recent years Eurostat
has significantly expanded the range of integrated quarterly data on government finances available, providing a timely and increasingly high quality picture of the evolution of government finances in the European Union (EU)
. The data presented in this article reflect both non-financial and financial (quarterly non-financial and financial accounts for general government
) transactions and cover all European Union (EU-28
) countries as well as Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.
This article is based on data transmitted to Eurostat at the end of December 2014 and during January 2015 and includes data coverage of the third quarter of 2014. It is the second ESA 2010
data published for quarterly government finance statistics. More ...