Exports in Belgium
Belgium - ExportsGDP growth slowed further in Q1 2022, marking the weakest result since the pandemic-induced recession ended in Q4 2020. The slowdown was chiefly driven by a contraction in the industrial sector, while activity in both the services and construction sectors expanded at healthy paces. On the expenditure side, both domestic demand and the external sector likely took hits from the economic fallout of Russia-Ukraine war at the end of Q1. Turning to Q2, growth is likely to grind to a halt as external headwinds intensify. Consumer confidence remained entrenched deep in negative territory in April, after plunging in March, amid soaring commodity prices due to the Russia-Ukraine war. This bodes poorly for household spending in the quarter. That said, business confidence recovered lost ground in April, suggesting that private sector activity remains resilient in the face increasing economic uncertainty.
Belgium - Exports Data
|Exports (USD billion)||399||400||435||463||453|
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Belgium Exports Chart
Source: National Bank of Belgium.
|Bond Yield||0.10||0.15 %||Dec 31|
|Exchange Rate||1.12||0.65 %||Dec 31|
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May 10, 2022
Industrial production declined 3.7% year-on-year in calendar-adjusted terms in March (February: +7.3% c.a.
April 29, 2022
According to a preliminary reading, GDP growth ebbed to 0.3% on a seasonally-adjusted quarter-on-quarter basis in the first quarter, from 0.4% in the fourth quarter of last year.
April 21, 2022
Consumer confidence came in at minus 14.0 in April, up from March's minus 16.0.
April 11, 2022
Industrial output grew 7.8% year-on-year in calendar-adjusted terms in February, which was above January's 6.7% increase.
March 22, 2022
The consumer confidence indicator produced by the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) came in at minus 16.0 in February, tumbling from February’s plus 2.0 result and registered the steepest drop since current records began.