The German consumer prices for the month of November have just been published in advance. In a year-on-year comparison, it remains at a growth rate of 1.1%, as in October. But in the monthly comparison, which most press agencies like to focus on, there is a minus of 0.8%. Yes, a minus! The energy prices are in the large picture (on annual view) around 3,7% declining. Most recently, the data for August were positive. After +1.1% in October, food prices rose by 1.8% in November, thus saving the average somewhat.
German consumer prices are increasing by 1.7% in December, as currently published in a flash estimate by the Federal Statistical Office. The estimates were 1.5%, (1.8% in November). The “Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices” (HICP), […]
A preliminary estimate of consumer prices for the Eurozone for the month of January has just been published. Consumer prices rose by 1.4% year on year after +1.3% in December and +1.0% in November. Energy […]
The Federal Statistical Office has just published the consumer prices for the month of May as a preliminary estimate. The final data will be available on June 16. Compared with May 2019, consumer prices will […]