We build a profile of the economic sentiment for each ecosystem, by calculating a weighted average of the values of those sectors included in the definition of each ecosystem; the weights are based on the share of value added that each sector has in the total value added of the ecosystem, as a measure of the relevance of that sector to that ecosystem.
Key messages of this edition
- There is a general stagnation or mild decline across ecosystems, with the exception of Textile and, more remarkably, Tourism.
- The sharp increase in Tourism is driven by the sustained increase of confidence in Food and beverage service activities.
- Textile improvement is led by Manufacture of wearing apparel and of leather and related products, while Manufacture of textiles shows a slight decrease.
- Energy Intensive Industries, Electronics and Agri-Food clearly break the increasing trend initiated two months ago. This is due to a general decline in the respective constituent NACE sectors.
Note: For 'Retail', 'Agrifood', 'Proximity-Social Economy', 'Renewable Energies', and 'Health', data available only partially cover that ecosystem, so we used dashed lines and the related values have to be interpreted with caution