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Germany Inflation Rate

Last Release
Apr 30, 2022
Actual
7.4
Forecast
7.1
Previous
7.3
Frequency
Monthly
Units In
%
Next Release
May 30, 2022
Time to Release
10 Days 11 Hours
Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
11.54
Oct 1951
-7.62
Jun 1950
2.37 %1950-2022Federal Statistical Office
In Germany, the most important categories in the consumer price index are Housing, water, electricity, gas & other fuels (32 percent of the total weight), Transport (13 percent), Recreation, entertainment & culture (11 percent) and Food & non-alcoholic beverages (10 percent). The index also includes Miscellaneous goods & services (7 percent), Furniture, lighting equipment, appliances & other household equipment (5 percent), Restaurant & accommodation services (5 percent), Health (5 percent) and Clothing & footwear (5 percent). The remaining 7 percent of the index is composed by Alcoholic beverages & tobacco, Communication and Education.

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The annual inflation rate in Germany was confirmed at 7.4% in April of 2022, and accelerating from 7.3% in the previous month. It was the second straight month of record high inflation since the reunification while also marking the fastest pace in consumer prices since at least 1981, mainly boosted by rises in prices of energy (35.3% vs 39.5%) and food (8.6% vs 6.2%). The prices of energy products rose sharply, especially for heating oil (98.6%), motor fuels (38.5%), and natural gas (47.5%), reflecting the impact of Russia’ invasion on Ukraine. At the same time, cost of services rose faster (3.2 percent vs 2.8 percent), led by a 1.6% gain in rent prices. On a monthly basis, consumer prices went up 0.8 percent, easing from a 2.5 percent gain in March, which was the highest reading since October 1951. The CPI, harmonized to compare with other European countries, was up 7.8 percent on the year and rose 0.7 percent month-on-month.

Germany Inflation Rate History

Last 12 readings

Germany Prices Indicators

All Germany indicators
Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Consumer Price Index CPI
116.2
Apr 2022
115.3
Mar 2022
18.9
Jul 1950
116.2
Apr 2022
PointsMonthly1950-2022
Core Consumer Prices
112
Apr 2022
110.8
Mar 2022
69.8
Jan 1991
112
Apr 2022
PointsMonthly1991-2022
Core Inflation Rate
3.8
Apr 2022
3.4
Mar 2022
0.19
Dec 2010
6.29
May 1992
%Monthly1992-2022
Cpi Housing Utilities
116.4
Apr 2022
116.3
Mar 2022
53.3
Mar 1991
116.4
Apr 2022
PointsMonthly1991-2022
Cpi Transportation
128.5
Apr 2022
127.8
Mar 2022
54.3
Jan 1991
128.5
Apr 2022
PointsMonthly1991-2022
Export Prices
120.7
Mar 2022
116.1
Feb 2022
36.2
Jan 1962
120.7
Mar 2022
PointsMonthly1962-2022
Food Inflation
8.6
Apr 2022
6.2
Mar 2022
-3.1
Oct 2009
8.6
Apr 2022
%Monthly1992-2022
Harmonised Consumer Prices
116.9
Apr 2022
116.1
Mar 2022
75.5
Jan 1996
116.9
Apr 2022
PointsMonthly1995-2022
Import Prices
135.9
Mar 2022
128.6
Feb 2022
40.8
Aug 1962
135.9
Mar 2022
PointsMonthly1962-2022
Inflation Rate
7.4
Apr 2022
7.3
Mar 2022
-7.62
Jun 1950
11.54
Oct 1951
%Monthly1950-2022
Inflation Rate Mom
0.8
Apr 2022
2.5
Mar 2022
-2.73
Jan 1950
2.65
Oct 1951
%Monthly1950-2022
Producer Price Inflation MoM
4.9
Mar 2022
1.4
Feb 2022
-1.7
Nov 2008
5.1
Jan 1951
N/A1950-2022
Producer Prices
141.2
Mar 2022
134.6
Feb 2022
25.5
Jun 1950
141.2
Mar 2022
PointsMonthly1950-2022
Producer Prices Change
30.9
Mar 2022
25.9
Feb 2022
-7.8
Jul 2009
30.9
Mar 2022
%Monthly1950-2022
Wholesale Prices
135.3
Apr 2022
132.5
Mar 2022
97.3
Feb 2016
135.3
Apr 2022
PointsMonthly2012-2022
harmonised-inflation-rate-mom
0.7
Apr 2022
2.5
Mar 2022
-1.3
Jan 2015
2.5
Mar 2022
%Monthly2012-2022
harmonised-inflation-rate-yoy
7.8
Apr 2022
7.6
Mar 2022
-0.7
Nov 2020
7.8
Apr 2022
%Monthly2012-2022

Inflation Rate across Europe

Inflation Rate global view
Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Albania
6.2
Apr 2022
5.7
Mar 2022
-2.11
Mar 2000
42.08
Dec 1997
% Monthly1995-2022
Armenia
8.4
Apr 2022
7.4
Mar 2022
-5.52
Mar 1999
22,887.4
Jun 1994
% Monthly1993-2022
Austria
7.2
Apr 2022
6.8
Mar 2022
-3
Mar 1959
10.2
Sep 1974
% Monthly1958-2022
Belarus
16.8
Apr 2022
15.9
Mar 2022
4.06
Jul 2018
2,795.64
Aug 1994
% Monthly1992-2022
Belgium
8.31
Apr 2022
8.31
Mar 2022
-18.11
Oct 1921
222.81
Jan 1947
% Monthly1921-2022
Bosnia and Herzegovina
10.2
Mar 2022
8.1
Feb 2022
-2.1
May 2020
10.2
Mar 2022
% Monthly2006-2022
Bulgaria
14.4
Apr 2022
12.4
Mar 2022
-2.6
Feb 2014
2,019.5
Mar 1997
% Monthly1996-2022
Croatia
9.4
Apr 2022
7.3
Mar 2022
-1.8
May 2016
9.4
Apr 2022
% Monthly1999-2022
Cyprus
8.8
Apr 2022
7.1
Mar 2022
-3.59
Oct 1961
18.75
Jul 1951
% Monthly1951-2022
Czech Republic
14.2
Apr 2022
12.7
Mar 2022
-0.4
Jan 2003
21.9
Feb 1993
% Monthly1993-2022
Denmark
6.7
Apr 2022
5.4
Mar 2022
-0.1
Jan 2015
13
Jun 1981
% Monthly1981-2022
Estonia
18.8
Apr 2022
15.2
Mar 2022
-2.17
Oct 2009
18.8
Apr 2022
% Monthly1999-2022
Euro Area
7.4
Apr 2022
7.4
Mar 2022
-0.6
Jul 2009
7.4
Mar 2022
% Monthly1991-2022
Faroe Islands
4.4
Mar 2022
3.4
Dec 2021
-3.1
Sep 2009
7.9
Sep 2008
% Quarterly2002-2022
Finland
5.7
Apr 2022
5.8
Mar 2022
-1.54
Oct 2009
19.31
Jan 1975
% Monthly1961-2022
France
4.8
Apr 2022
4.5
Mar 2022
-0.7
Jul 2009
18.8
Apr 1958
% Monthly1958-2022
Georgia
12.8
Apr 2022
11.8
Mar 2022
-3.3
May 2012
59.31
Apr 1996
% Monthly1996-2022
Germany
7.4
Apr 2022
7.3
Mar 2022
-7.62
Jun 1950
11.54
Oct 1951
% Monthly1950-2022
Greece
10.2
Apr 2022
8.9
Mar 2022
-2.9
Nov 2013
33.7
Jan 1974
% Monthly1960-2022
Hungary
9.5
Apr 2022
8.5
Mar 2022
-1.4
Jan 2015
31
Jun 1995
% Monthly1992-2022
Iceland
7.2
Apr 2022
6.7
Mar 2022
-0.06
Nov 1994
25.2
Dec 1989
% Monthly1989-2022
Ireland
7
Apr 2022
6.7
Mar 2022
-6.56
Oct 2009
23.15
Oct 1981
% Monthly1976-2022
Italy
6
Apr 2022
6.5
Mar 2022
-0.6
Jan 2015
25.64
Nov 1974
% Monthly1962-2022
Kosovo
11.2
Apr 2022
10
Mar 2022
-4.4
May 2009
14.2
May 2008
% Monthly2003-2022
Latvia
13
Apr 2022
11.5
Mar 2022
-4.3
Feb 2010
17.7
May 2008
% Monthly1998-2022
Liechtenstein
1.5
Dec 2021
1.5
Nov 2021
-1.4
Aug 2015
6.53
Jun 1991
% Monthly1983-2021
Lithuania
16.8
Apr 2022
15.7
Mar 2022
-2
Jan 2003
707.4
Jun 1993
% Monthly1993-2022
Luxembourg
7
Apr 2022
6.1
Mar 2022
-1.35
Jan 1999
7
Apr 2022
% Monthly1991-2022
Macedonia
10.5
Apr 2022
8.8
Mar 2022
-2.1
Dec 2009
10.5
Apr 2022
% Monthly2006-2022
Malta
5.4
Apr 2022
4.5
Mar 2022
-1.08
Apr 2007
5.74
Oct 2008
% Monthly2005-2022
Moldova
27.1
Apr 2022
22.2
Mar 2022
-2.3
Sep 2009
27.1
Apr 2022
% Monthly2007-2022
Montenegro
11.2
Apr 2022
9.7
Mar 2022
-1.4
Apr 2014
26.5
Dec 2001
% Monthly2001-2022
Netherlands
9.6
Apr 2022
9.7
Mar 2022
-1.3
Feb 1987
11.19
Nov 1974
% Monthly1971-2022
Norway
5.4
Apr 2022
4.5
Mar 2022
-1.8
Jan 2004
18.9
Jun 1951
% Monthly1950-2022
Poland
12.4
Apr 2022
11
Mar 2022
-1.6
Feb 2015
46.5
Apr 1992
% Monthly1992-2022
Portugal
7.2
Apr 2022
5.3
Mar 2022
-1.6
Jun 2009
53.9
May 1977
% Monthly1961-2022
Romania
13.76
Apr 2022
10.15
Mar 2022
-3.5
May 2016
316.9
Nov 1993
% Monthly1991-2022
Russian Federation
17.8
Apr 2022
16.7
Mar 2022
2.18
Feb 2018
2,333.3
Dec 1992
% Monthly1991-2022
Serbia
9.6
Apr 2022
9.1
Mar 2022
0.1
Jan 2015
14.9
Jun 2008
% Monthly2007-2022
Slovakia
11.8
Apr 2022
10.4
Mar 2022
-0.9
Jul 2016
11.8
Apr 2022
% Monthly2002-2022
Slovenia
6.9
Apr 2022
5.4
Mar 2022
-1.2
Apr 2020
22.6
Aug 1994
% Monthly1994-2022
Spain
8.3
Apr 2022
9.8
Mar 2022
-1.37
Jul 2009
28.43
Aug 1977
% Monthly1955-2022
Sweden
6.4
Apr 2022
6
Mar 2022
-1.6
Sep 2009
15.5
Oct 1980
% Monthly1980-2022
Switzerland
2.5
Apr 2022
2.4
Mar 2022
-1.4
Aug 2015
11.92
Dec 1973
% Monthly1956-2022
Turkey
69.97
Apr 2022
61.14
Mar 2022
-4.01
Jun 1968
138.71
May 1980
% Monthly1965-2022
Ukraine
16.4
Apr 2022
13.7
Mar 2022
-1.2
Jun 2012
530.3
Sep 1995
% Monthly1995-2022
United Kingdom
9
Apr 2022
7
Mar 2022
-0.1
Apr 2015
9
Apr 2022
% Monthly1989-2022

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