Consumer prices for the Eurozone for the month of November have just been published as an advance notification. They rise by 1.0% year-on-year (after a rise of 0.7% in October). An unexpected upward turn! Energy prices are falling more and more with -3.2%. Food prices, on the other hand, can lift the average with +2.1% after +1.8% in October. Service prices are also helping the overall average with +1.9% after +1.5% in October.
Yesterday the Federal Statistical Office published the final figures for consumer prices for the month of January. As announced two weeks ago, consumer prices are up 1.7% year-on-year, after 1.5% and 1.1% in the previous […]
Euro-zone consumer prices for February have just been published in detail. They are now only +1.1% year-on-year after +1.3% in January and expectations of +1.2%. As in the previous month, the core rate (excluding energy […]
German consumer prices rose by 1.8% yoy in November. Thus one meets the expectations from the pre-announcement from the beginning of the month. The European Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) was also +1.8% in […]