- Business units and nonprofit organisations, investments
- Construction statistics
- Culture, sport
- Energy statistics
- External trade statistics
- Financial statistics
- Health care, accident
- Housing and public utilities
- Income and living conditions
- Information, communication
- Internal trade
- Labour market
- National accounts, GDP
- Population and vital events
- Price statistics
- Research, development, innovation
- Social protection
- Tourism, catering
- Regional statistics
|Consumer price change (inflation), % (June 2016)||-0.2|
|Unemployment rate, % (March –May 2016)||5.5|
|GDP, % (Quarter 1 2016)||0.9|
|Volume of industrial production, % (May 2016)||9.2|
In the spotlight
This monthly publication is a summary analysis and a presentation of the latest social and economic phenomena and the trends observed in the course of the year. The analysis is completed with figures and tables in the text as well as tables providing a detailed overlook.
The yearbook contains summary data on the number of population, marriages and registered partnerships, divorces, births, foetal losses, deaths and internal and international migration in 2015, and it also comprises international data on different vital events. The internet annex contains the following datasets: Population of Hungary, 2015; Historical statistical time series, 1865–2015; Demographic Atlas of Hungary, 2015; Changes in causes of deaths statistics; Interactive age pyramids
The output and gross value added of agriculture have been rising at current prices since 2010, the output approximated 2.5 thousand billion forints in 2015, and the gross value added exceeded one thousand billion forints. However, the volume of output was lower than a year earlier – which was dominantly influenced by the decrease in the production of maize –, but even so exceeded the average for the past 5 years.
In the study, we survey the consumption expenditures of households, the structure of expenditures and the supply of households with consumer durables, examining in detail the expenditures of households on meals and food. Households continued to spend the most, HUF 19.7 thousand/month/capita on food and non-alcoholic beverages which accounted for 26.5% of their total expenditure, HUF 16.9 thousand (22.7%) were spent on housing and household energy and HUF 7,980 (10.7%) on transport.
In the second quarter of 2016, the rise in second-hand home prices slowed down. After a 5.1% spike in the first quarter, home prices rose by only 0.7% in the second quarter. In the second quarter of 2016, the data suggest a further recovery in housing market sales. The number of home sales grew only in the market of second hand homes. The increase in the number of building permits suggests that more building projects will be started.
Between 1 October 2009 and 30 September 2010, the Hungarian Central Statistical Office conducted a time use survey among the population aged 10–84 living in private households. Using the data of the survey, we expanded the range of our interactive applications by an animation which spectacularly illustrates an average day of the population sample of thousand people minute by minute.
The continuously updated collection of ready-made tables presents major statistical data in 24 topics by more than 1,000 tables. The infra-annual data of Chapter 2.1. – Labour market were extended by the tables of the supplementary surveys of the Labour Force Survey: ‘Disadvantaged groups on the labour market’ and ‘Trade unions, strike events’. All tables are free to download in an Excel format as well.