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Germania. Wholesales Prices +16.6% rispetto al novembre 2020. – Destatis.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-12-16.

2021-12-14__ Germania. Wholesales Prices 001

L’indice dei prezzi all’ingrosso, Wholesale Price Index, WPI, misura il cambiamento nel prezzo dei beni venduti dai grossisti agli altri grossisti.

                         In sintesi.

– Wholesale trade rose by 16.6% compared with November 2020

– The increased prices for mineral oil products (+62.4%)

– Increased prices for raw materials and intermediate products

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Di notevole interesse è una frase del commento

«The high rates of change for wholesale prices in annual comparison derive from increased prices for raw materials and intermediate products»

Evidentemente, con il nuovo governo Destatis è più libera di dire cose vere.

Finalmente è scomparso il Covid-19, che in passato era riportato essere la causa di codesto sconquasso.

Ricordiamo come in Germania i prodotti petroliferi siano sovraccaricati di tasse volte a finanziare le ambizioni Grüne.

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Destatis. Wholesale prices in November 2021: +16.6% on November 2020

                         Wholesale selling prices, November 2021

+1.3% on the previous month

+16.6% on the same month a year earlier

Wiesbaden – In November 2021 the selling prices in wholesale trade rose by 16.6% compared with November 2020. There has not been a higher annual rate of change since the beginning of the calculation of the wholesale price indices in 1962. In October 2021 and in September 2021 the annual rates of change had been +15.2% and +13.2%, respectively.

From October 2021 to November 2021 the index rose by 1.3%.

The high rates of change for wholesale prices in annual comparison derive from increased prices for raw materials and intermediate products. The largest impact on the year-on-year price rate in wholesale trade had the increased prices for mineral oil products (+62.4%).

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