WIFO-Monatsberichte (monthly reports)

Monthly analysis of current economic developments in Austria and the major OECD countries – Quarterly economic forecast – Some 70 articles per year with background information (tables and diagrams) and a short English abstract – Supplemented each month by a full set of tables listing approximately 300 macroeconomic indicators

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Investitionen steigen 2019 in der Sachgütererzeugung. Ergebnisse des WIFO-Investitionstests vom Herbst 2018 (Investment is Expected to Increase in Manufacturing in 2019. Results of the WIFO Autumn 2018 Investment Survey)
WIFO-Monatsberichte, 2019, 92(1), pp.37-46
Online since: 29.01.2019 0:00
 
Die Hochschätzung anhand der Angaben der im WIFO-Investitionstest erfassten Unternehmen ergibt für 2019 insgesamt eine Expansion der Investitionen um 9,6% gegenüber 2018. Kleine und mittelgroße Betriebe weiten ihre Investitionen dabei stärker aus als Großunternehmen. Insbesondere die Hersteller von Vorprodukten sowie von nichtdauerhaften Konsumgütern werden ihre Investitionen heuer deutlich anheben. Für Österreichs Gesamtwirtschaft rechnet das WIFO 2019 mit einem Anstieg der Bruttoanlageinvestitionen um real 3,1%.
Research group:Industrial Economics, Innovation and International Competition
Language:German

Investment is Expected to Increase in Manufacturing in 2019. Results of the WIFO Autumn 2018 Investment Survey
The high estimate based on the data of the enterprises surveyed in the WIFO Investment Survey shows an overall expansion of investment by 9.6 percent in 2019 compared to 2018. Small and medium-sized enterprises raise their investments more strongly than large enterprises. Manufacturers of intermediates and non-durable consumer goods in particular will significantly increase their investments this year. For Austria's economy as a whole, WIFO predicts an increase in gross fixed capital formation of 3.1 percent in real terms in 2019.

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