Germania, inflazione settembre confermata a massimi 16 mesi

giovedì 13 ottobre 2016 08:15
 

BERLIN, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Germany's consumer prices,
harmonised to compare with other European countries, rose in
September by 0.5 percent on the year and were unchanged on the
month, the Federal Statistics Office confirmed on Thursday. This
was the highest annual inflation rate since May 2015.
    On a non-harmonised basis, consumer price inflation for
September was also confirmed with the index rising 0.7 percent
on the year and edging up 0.1 percent on the month.
    A breakdown of non-harmonised prices follows:
        
       Index/component         Percentage change      
                               mth/mth    yr/yr     Index
 Overall price index             0.1       0.7      107.7
 Foodstuffs, drinks              0.2       0.5      112.7
 Alcoholic beverages,            0.4       2.4      117.0
 tobacco                                           
 Clothing, shoes                 6.3       -0.4     109.6
 Household rents, energy,        0.2       0.2      108.1
 water                                             
 Furniture and other             0.1       0.4      103.6
 household goods                                   
 Health and personal care       unch       1.5      105.4
 items                                             
 Transport                       0.5       0.2      105.2
 Communications                 unch       -0.9     90.1
 Entertainment, leisure         -3.1       1.1      105.9
 Education                       0.5       2.3      95.1
 Lodgings and catering           0.4       2.0      114.0
 Other goods and services        0.3       2.3      109.7
 

 (Reporting by Berlin Newsroom)