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111h -- New orders in manufacturing (2015=100), 2005M01-2023M12

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Statistics Finland, new orders in manufacturing
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Documentation of statistics The statistic on new orders in manufacturing includes the following industries :17, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30.

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Trend series

It has generally been though that time series on economic trends are made up of different elements, or components:
1. Trend cycle (trend in brief) describes the long-term development and the movements caused by economic cycles in a time series.
2. Seasonal variation (caused by e.g. changes of season) describes annually recurring, almost regular changes.
3. As its name implies, irregular random variation occurs totally randomly. It cannot be included in the aforementioned components.
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Year-on-year change of the original index series, %

Alkuperäisen indeksipisteluvun muutos vuoden takaisesta prosentteina