|Expenditure categories||Periods||HICP (2015 = 100)||HICP- CT (2015 = 100)||Year-on-year change HICP (%)||Year-on-year change HICP-CT (%)|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2022 September||122.79||120.63||4.5||4.5|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2022 October||123.69||121.52||5.1||5.1|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2022 November||126.82||124.59||10.0||10.0|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2022 December||127.36||125.13||8.8||8.8|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2023 January||129.45||127.18||11.0||11.0|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2023 February||129.73||127.45||9.7||9.7|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2023 March||130.83||128.53||11.7||11.7|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2023 April||130.28||127.99||9.4||9.3|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2023 May||129.81||127.53||9.0||9.0|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2023 June||129.98||127.70||7.1||7.1|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2023 July||129.15||126.88||6.6||6.6|
|095000 Newspapers, books and stationery||2023 August||128.88||126.61||6.5||6.4|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2022 September||138.15||134.41||5.6||5.6|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2022 October||137.85||134.12||5.4||5.4|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2022 November||138.40||134.66||5.8||5.8|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2022 December||139.01||135.25||5.9||5.9|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2023 January||140.91||137.10||6.2||6.2|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2023 February||141.11||137.29||6.5||6.5|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2023 March||140.68||136.87||5.5||5.5|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2023 April||140.59||136.79||5.4||5.4|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2023 May||140.73||136.92||5.3||5.3|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2023 June||144.06||140.16||5.1||5.1|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2023 July||144.09||140.19||5.0||5.0|
|095200 Newspapers and periodicals||2023 August||144.52||140.61||5.4||5.4|
|095210 Newspapers||2022 September||133.82||130.20||4.0||4.0|
|095210 Newspapers||2022 October||133.87||130.24||4.1||4.1|
|095210 Newspapers||2022 November||133.86||130.23||4.1||4.1|
|095210 Newspapers||2022 December||134.65||131.00||4.6||4.6|
|095210 Newspapers||2023 January||138.04||134.30||4.6||4.6|
|095210 Newspapers||2023 February||138.15||134.41||4.7||4.7|
|095210 Newspapers||2023 March||137.19||133.47||4.0||4.0|
|095210 Newspapers||2023 April||137.19||133.47||4.0||3.9|
|095210 Newspapers||2023 May||137.19||133.48||3.9||3.9|
|095210 Newspapers||2023 June||141.13||137.31||5.5||5.5|
|095210 Newspapers||2023 July||141.23||137.41||5.5||5.5|
|095210 Newspapers||2023 August||141.32||137.49||5.6||5.6|
Dataset is not available.
This table includes figures on the price developments of a package of goods and services purchased by consumers in the Netherlands. The figures are consistent with European directives also known as the harmonised consumer price index (HICP). In all member states of the European Union (EU), these indices are compiled in a similar manner to facilitate comparison between the various EU countries.
This table also contains the HICP at constant taxes: this price index excludes the effect of changes in the rates of product-related taxes (e.g. VAT and excise duty on alcohol and tobacco).
The table also includes the month-on-month and year-on-year changes of the HICP. The year-on-year change of total consumer expenditure is known as inflation. These figures are shown for 325 product groups. Furthermore, 34 combinations of product groups (special aggregates) are displayed. The weighting coefficient shows how much consumers in the Netherlands spend on each product group in relation to their total expenditure. The total weighting is 100,000.
Data available from: January 1996.
Status of the figures:
Figures of the flash estimate are published at the end of a reporting month, or shortly thereafter. At the flash estimate, figures are made available for the all items category and for a selection of special aggregates. These figures are calculated on the basis of still incomplete source data. The results of the flash estimate are characterized as provisional.
In most cases, the figures are final in the second publication of the same reporting month. Differences between the provisional and final indices are caused by source material that has become available after the flash estimate. The results of the HICP are only marked as provisional in the second publication if it is already known at the time of publication that data are still incomplete, a revision is expected in a later month, or in special circumstances such as the corona crisis. In that case, the figures become final one month later.
Changes compared with previous version:
Data on the most recent period have been added and/or adjustments have been implemented.
When will new figures be published?
The figures of the flash estimate are published on the last working day of the month to which the figures relate, or shortly thereafter.
Final figures will usually be published between the first and second Thursday of the month following on the reporting month.
All CPI and HICP publications are announced on the publication calendar.
- Harmonised consumer price index of The Netherlands. The harmonised consumer price index is compiled in all the EU member states in a similar way and therefore makes it possible to compare the price developments within the EU properly.
- HICP- CT
- The HICP -CT (constant taxes) is the same as the regular HICP, but excluding the effects of changes in the rates of taxes (e.g. VAT and excise on alcohol and tobacco) and subsidies. The HICP -CT answers the question of how prices would have developed if tax rates were the same as in the base year.
- Year-on-year change HICP
- Percentage change of the HICP compared with previous year.
- Year-on-year change HICP-CT
- Percentage change of the HICP Constant Taxes compared with previous year.