Pubblicato in: Banche Centrali, Devoluzione socialismo

Eurostat. Nov21. Sta pubblicando dati conflittuali, difficilmente credibili.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-12-30.

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                         In sintesi.

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– The euro area annual inflation rate was 4.9% in November 2021

– European Union annual inflation was 5.2% in November 2021

– real GDP was 5.9% lower than its level in 2019

– In 2020, EU ports handled around 3.3 billion tonnes of goods in gross weight, a substantial decrease compared with 2019 (-7%)

In October 2021, compared with October 2020, industrial producer prices increased by 21.9% in the euro area and by 21.7% in the EU

Industrial producer prices …. increased by 62.5% in the energy sector

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Eurostat afferma che l’inflazione è il 4.9% nella eurozona ed il 5.2% nelle Unione Europea.

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Questi valori restano semplicemente incomprensibili alla luce dei Producer Price Index, PPI, saliti al +21.9% nella eurozona ed al 21.7% nell’Unione Europea. Dati questi sempre forniti da Eurostat. Simili aumenti dei prezzi alla produzione avrebbero dovuto generare una inflazione ben maggiore di quella segnalata.

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Solo per esempio, ricordiamo come

Germania. Prezzi alimentari +16.3% su novembre 2020. Ecco la Fame. – Destatis.

Difficile dire che l’inflazione è al 4.9%. Davvero molto difficile.

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Eurostat. November 2021. Annual inflation up to 4.9% in the euro area. Up to 5.2% in the EU.

The euro area annual inflation rate was 4.9% in November 2021, up from 4.1% in October. A year earlier, the rate was -0.3%. European Union annual inflation was 5.2% in November 2021, up from 4.4% in October. A year earlier, the rate was 0.2%. These figures are published by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.

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Eurostat. Which EU countries had the highest GDP in 2020?

In 2020, the gross domestic product (GDP) of the EU stood at around €13 400 billion at current prices. In real terms, the EU’s GDP in 2020 was 7.6% higher than its level a decade ago. However, real GDP was 5.9% lower than its level in 2019; it was the first drop in EU GDP since 2009, when GDP declined by 4.3% compared with 2008.

The decrease in economic activity and consequently in GDP is consistent with the restrictions implemented in 2020 to slow down the spread of COVID-19. 

In 2020, slightly more than a quarter of the EU’s GDP was generated by Germany (25.1%), followed by France (17.2%) and Italy (12.3%), ahead of Spain (8.4%) and the Netherlands (6.0%).

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Eurostat. Weight of goods handled by EU ports dropped by 7% in 2020

In 2020, EU ports handled around 3.3 billion tonnes of goods in gross weight, a substantial decrease compared with 2019 (-7%). This fall can be attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent restrictions put in place across the Member States and worldwide.

After reaching a new peak in 2019 (3.6 billion tonnes), the gross weight of goods handled in EU main ports in 2020 decreased to levels similar to 2015. The last two quarters of 2019 and all quarters of 2020 showed a negative evolution when compared with the same quarters of the previous year. The second and third quarters of 2020 were particularly hit with decreases of -13% and -8%, respectively.

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Eurostat. Agricultural land prices: huge variation across the EU.

Among the EU Member States, the Netherlands recorded the highest purchase price for one hectare of arable land in the EU (on average €69 632 in 2019). The price of arable land in every region of the Netherlands was above all other available national averages in the EU. However, among the EU regions for which data are available, the highest prices for arable land were in the Spanish region of Canary Islands (an average €120 477 per hectare in 2020).

Arable land was cheapest in Croatia, with a hectare costing an average €3 440 in 2020. At the regional level, a hectare of arable land cost least in the South-West region (Yugozapaden) of Bulgaria (an average €2 051).

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Eurostat. October 2021 comared with September. Industrial producer prices up by 5.4% in the euro area and by 5.0% in the EU. Up by 21.9% in the euro area and by 21.7% in the EU compared with October 2020.

In October 2021, compared with October 2020, industrial producer prices increased by 21.9% in the euro area and by 21.7% in the EU

Industrial producer prices …. increased by 62.5% in the energy sector.