Germania, prezzi al consumo Baviera -0,2% mese

martedì 29 maggio 2012 12:04
 

MILANO, 29 maggio (Reuters) -  May 29 (Reuters) - Consumer prices in the
German state of Bavaria fell in May by 0.2 percent month-on-month,  	
and rose by 2.3 percent year-on-year, the state's statistics office said on
Tuesday. 	
 	
    Data for six German states are used to calculate a preliminary inflation
figure for Germany. 	
 	
    The statistics office gave the following breakdown of its May consumer price
data: 	
 	
                                                     Percentage change     	
 Index/component                                   mth/mth  yr/yr   Index   	
 Overall price index                                -0.2    +2.3   113.5   	
 Overall index w/o heating oil and fuels            0.0     +2.2   112.2   	
 Foodstuffs and non-alcoholic drinks                -0.2    +2.6   120.6   	
 Alcoholic drinks, tobacco                          +0.3    +4.2   118.9   	
 Clothing and shoes                                 -0.8    +3.3   106.0   	
 Household rents, electricity, gas and other fuels  +0.2    +2.3   118.2   	
 Furniture, household goods, repairs                +0.6    +1.8   107.5   	
 Health and personal care items                     0.0     +2.4   105.2   	
 Transport                                          -0.9    +2.5   120.8   	
 Communications                                     -0.2    -1.5    84.6   	
 Entertainment, leisure                             -0.2    +2.8   101.5   	
 Education                                          +0.1    +1.7   135.1   	
 Lodgings and catering                              +0.5    +2.4   114.8   	
 Lodgings                                           +1.7    +3.5   110.2   	
 Other goods and services                           -0.3    -0.1   110.5   	
 Goods                                              -0.3    +2.8   116.2   	
 Consumer goods                                     -0.5    +3.4   125.4   	
 of which: foodstuffs                               -0.2    +2.4   120.5   	
 household energy                                   -0.4    +5.4   144.4   	
 of which: heating oil                              -3.1    +9.2   159.8   	
 Fuels                                              -3.0    +2.7   137.1   	
 Medium-term durable goods                          -0.3    +2.4   104.1   	
 Durable goods                                      +0.1    +0.9    98.5   	
 Services (without net rents)                       -0.2    +1.8   110.2   	
 of which: package holidays                         -2.7    +9.0   110.2   	
 Additional housing costs                           +0.1    +1.1   106.9   	
 Net rents                                          +0.3    +1.4   111.8