Pubblicato in: Banche Centrali, Devoluzione socialismo

Paesi Bassi. Giugno21. PPI al 12.6% su Giugno2020. Prodotti petroliferi +51.7%.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-08-12.

2021-08-11 Paesi Bassi. Giugno21. PPI al 12.6% su Giugno2020. Prodotti petroliferi +51.7%

Diamo con piacere atto allo Statistics Netherlands (CBS) di riportare dati non manipolati e di esporli in modo obiettivo, cosa non da poco in tempi di maquillage spinto.  

È la prima istituzione ufficiale che identifica correttamente le cause dell’incremento del PPI ed evita la solita manfrina che la colpa sarebbe solo ed esclusivamente della pandemia da Covid.

2021-08-11 Paesi Bassi. Giugno21. PPI al 12.6% su Giugno2020. Prodotti petroliferi +51.7% bis

«prices of Dutch-manufactured products were on average 12.6 percent up in June 2021 year-on-year»

«In June, prices of petroleum derivatives were up by 51.7 percent year-on-year»

«Output prices of chemical products were 34.8 percent higher in June than in the same month last year»

«Prices in almost all of the manufacturing industries were higher in June 2021 than in the same month last year»

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Questa inflazione è importata, e le manovre finanziare possono fare ben poco per contenerla.

L’unica soluzione possibile sarebbe quella di detassare codesti prodotti, ma il problema resterebbe appena scalfito.

L’intero problema sarebbe politico: delle trattative aperte e chiare con i paesi produttori.

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Gli olandesi hanno la fortuna di essersi scelti come Governatore della Banca Centrale Herr Klaas Knot

Banca Centrale Olandese. Klaas Knot, un Governatore dal volto umano.

«”La politica monetaria non può fare tutto da sola: ci sono limiti al nostro mandato”»

«noi possiamo acquistare Coronabond o nuovi bond che emette il Mes»

De Nederlandsche Bank. Presidente Knot. ECB tapering entro il marzo2022.

«ECB’s Knot warns central bank could be underestimating inflation»

«European Central Bank policy maker Klaas Knot warned that policy makers may be underestimating the potential for accelerating inflation to become entrenched, and that emergency monetary stimulus should end around March 2022»

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Statistics Netherlands (CBS). Manufacturing output prices almost 13 percent up in June

Statistics Netherlands (CBS) reports that prices of Dutch-manufactured products were on average 12.6 percent up in June 2021 year-on-year. In the previous month, prices were 13.2 percent up.

                         Soaring crude oil prices

Output prices are strongly affected by crude oil price developments. In June 2021, the crude oil barrel price stood at almost 61 euros, approximately 69 percent up on June 2020. In May 2021, the price of a barrel of crude North Sea Brent oil was 56 euros, over 88 percent higher than in May 2020.

In June, prices of petroleum derivatives were up by 51.7 percent year-on-year. In May, they were up by 75.5 percent. In the chemical industry as well, output prices are generally linked to crude oil price developments. Output prices of chemical products were 34.8 percent higher in June than in the same month last year. In May, prices increased by 36.8 percent year-on-year.

Prices in almost all of the manufacturing industries were higher in June 2021 than in the same month last year.

                         Prices of manufactured products increased in June

Manufacturing output prices rose by 0.7 percent in June relative to May. They increased by 0.9 percent on the export market and by 0.4 percent on the domestic market.

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                         Sources.

Link StatLine – Producer Price Index

Link StatLine – Producer Price Index (PPI); output and importprices by product

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