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Netherlands - Exchange Rate

Economic growth was stable in the third quarter, and the Dutch economy consequently grew at twice the speed of the Euro area average. Domestic demand drove the economic expansion in the quarter, buttressed by public consumption and stock building. In contrast, household expenditure growth slowed markedly, although this was likely largely the consequence of an unsupportive base effect in the prior quarter. Meanwhile, the external sector’s performance moderated, as accelerating import growth outpaced exports. Turning to the final quarter of this year, the manufacturing sector remained depressed in October, with the sector’s PMI falling to an over six-year low, as output fell for the first time since April 2013 and job creation moderated. On the other hand, consumer and business confidence levels ticked up in the same month, although consumer sentiment remained in pessimistic territory.

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Netherlands Exchange Rate
Note: U.S. dollar (USD) per euro.
Source: Thomson Reuters.

Netherlands Facts

Bond Yield-0.575.70 %Sep 03
Exchange Rate1.100.65 %Sep 04
Stock Market563-0.57 %Sep 04

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