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According to the seasonally and calendar-unadjusted flash-estimate, in the second quarter of this year Latvia's GDP grew by 2.1 percent against the respective period in 2018.
Highway construction was at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $111.1 billion, 9.5% ([+ or -]5.3%) above the revised January estimate of $101.5 billion.
Industries that showed the largest gains for seasonally adjusted jobs:
* Sales at health and personal care stores rose 0.7% seasonally adjusted over the previous month and 2.7% unadjusted, year over year.
Generally, commodity indexes are seasonally adjusted using direct seasonal adjustment, which produces a more complete elimination of seasonal movements than does the aggregative method.
Germany, Europe's largest economy, saw exports rising by 2.6 percent on the month on a seasonally adjusted basis in February and imports up by 0.8 percent.
But the seasonally adjusted estimate of the number of non-residential property transactions increased by 0.6% between July and August.
Since the first seasonally adjusted Employment Cost Index (ECI) data were published in the December 1990 ECI news release, which contained 33 seasonally adjusted series, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has periodically introduced improvements to the publication of ECI seasonally adjusted data.
For the one-month period from April to May, single-family starts were down by a whopping 26.8 percent in the South region, based on a seasonally adjusted annual rate.
a decrease in the week ending June 19, where the seasonally adjusted initial
BEA derives seasonally adjusted estimates of the QCEW data using the X-12 ARIMA seasonal adjustment routine from the Census Bureau.
According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), January retail industry sales (which exclude automobiles, gas stations and restaurants) increased 0.5 percent seasonally adjusted month-to-month, and decreased 0.2 percent unadjusted year-over-year.January retail sales released by the U.S.