Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Materie Prime

Germania. Oct21. Import Prices +21.7% anno su anno. Natural Gas +193.9%. Germania kaputt.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-11-27.

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                         In sintesi.

– Import prices +21.7% on the same month a year earlier

– Export princes +9.5% on the same month a year earlier

– In October 2021 energy imports were 141.0% more expensive than in October 2020

– natural gas with a plus of 193.9%

– crude oil with a plus of 105.9%

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Vedremo come il nuovo governo tedesco vorrà affrontare la situazione.

Sicuramente un rincaro del 193.9% del natural gas in un anno costituisce un esborso intollerabile da parte del sistema economico tedesco.

E l’inverno si preannuncerebbe essere rigido: buio, gelo e fame  sono ben grame compagnie.

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Destatis. Import prices in October 2021: +21.7% on October 2020

                         Pressrelease #536 from 26 November 2021

                         Import prices, October 2021

+3.8% on the previous month

+21.7% on the same month a year earlier

                         Export prices, October 2021

+1.4% on the previous month

+9.5% on the same month a year earlier

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Wiesbaden – As reported by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis), the index of import prices increased by 21.7% in October 2021 compared with the corresponding month of the preceding year. This has been the highest year-on-year change since January 1980 (+21.8%, on January 1979). In September 2021 and in August 2021 the annual rates of change were +17.7% and +16.5%, respectively. From September 2021 to October 2021 the index rose by 3.8%.

                         High price increase mainly caused by energy price development

In October 2021 energy imports were 141.0% more expensive than in October 2020. The largest influence on the year-on-year rate of energy price increase had natural gas with a plus of 193.9% as well as crude oil with a plus of 105.9%.

The index of import prices, excluding crude oil and mineral oil products, increased by 17.5% in October 2021 compared with October 2020 and in comparison with September 2021 it rose by 3.0%.

The index of export prices increased by 9.5% in October 2021 compared with the corresponding month of the preceding year. This has been the highest year-on-year-change since January 1975 (+10.5% on January 1974). In September 2021 and in August 2021 the annual rates of change were +8.1% and +7.2%, respectively. From September 2021 to October 2021 the index rose by 1.4%.