Rising inflation in the Caribbean NetherlandsArticles
In Q1 2022, consumer goods and services on Bonaire were 9.9 percent more expensive than one year previously. The inflation rate was still 5.7 percent in Q4 2021.
Harmonised consumer price index up by 11.9 percent in MarchArticles
According to the European Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP), the inflation rate in the Netherlands stood at 11.9 percent in March.
Primary energy sourceOther
Energy source extracted from nature, such as oil, natural gas, coal and forms of renewable energy such as wind and water power.
Raw material that functions as source of energy (e.g. petroleum, natural gas, coal), electricity, steam and forms of renewable energy.
New dwellings; input price indices building costs 2000=100, from 1990Figures
Building costs, wages and materials Input Price Indices and changes compared to one year earlier
Avoided use of fossil energy and emission of CO2Figures
Renewable energy; avoided use of fossil energy energy sources/techniques, energy application
HICP 10.2 percent up in MayArticles
According to the HICP, the Dutch inflation rate stood at 10.2 percent in May 2022. This was 11.2 percent in April.
Labour price index; index figures 2015=100; National AccountsFigures
Labour price index; wage costs per hour worked Branches SIC 2008
HICP 9.9 percent higher in JuneArticles
In June 2022, inflation according to the European Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) stood at 9.9 percent.
The sum of imports, extractions and stock reductions minus the supplies of energy sources.
Consumer prices; contribution and impact, CPI 2015=100Figures
Contribution and impact on the annual rate of change according to CPI Yearly rates, weighting coefficient, contribution and impact
Consumer prices; contribution and impact, HICP 2015=100Figures
Contribution and impact on the annual rate of change according to HICP Yearly rates, weighting coefficient, contribution and impact