Inflation in the Netherlands was 1.4 percent in January versus 1.7 percent in December. Dutch inflation has slowed down considerably after a 3.1 peak in July 2013. In January, the lowest level in three and a half years was reached.
The Dutch long-term interest rate based on the return of the most recent ten-year public loan averaged 2.1 percent in January 2014. In December, the interest rate was 2.2 percent.
The most recent figures released by Statistics Netherlands show that inflation fell to 1.4 percent in January 2014, the lowest level since June 2010. In December 2013
Bonaire’s inflation rate over the fourth quarter of 2013 was 1.2 percent, i.e. considerably below the level recorded in the third quarter.
The considerable price rises in 2013 were mainly caused by changes in tax legislation. The price of rolling tobacco and stamps increased most rapidly, whereas the price of telephones decreased most rapidly.
The most recent figures released by Statistics Netherlands show that the inflation rate in December was 1.7 percent. In November, consumer prices were 1.5 percent higher than one year previously.
The inflation rate in the Netherlands was 1.7 percent in December 2013, i.e. 0.2 percentage points up from November. The inflation increase can largely be attributed to price developments for petrol and clothing.
The Dutch long-term interest rate based on the return of the most recent ten-year public loan averaged 2.2 percent in December 2013.
The inflation rate in the Netherlands was 1.5 percent in October, i.e. 0.1 percentage points down from October. Dutch inflation reached the lowest level in more than three years.
Turnover generated by the security and investigation branch in the third quarter of 2013 was down from the same period last year. Turnover declined for the second consecutive quarter.
According to the most recent figures published by Statistics Netherlands, inflation fell marginally in November to 1.5 percent. In October, consumer prices were on average 1.6 percent higher than one year previously.
The Dutch long-term interest rate based on the return of the most recent ten-year public loan averaged 2.1 percent in November 2013. The interest rate decreased for the second month running by 0.1 percentage points.
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The Dutch long-term interest rate based on the return of the most recent ten-year public loan averaged 2.2 percent in October 2013, i.e. 0.1 percentage points down from September.
The inflation rate in the Netherlands dropped further in October to 1.6 percent, the lowest rate in three years.
The latest figures released by Statistics Netherlands show that the inflation rate dropped to 1.6 percent in October, the lowest level since November 2010.
In 2010, spending on sports accounted for 1 percent of GDP. Per Dutch households, an average of more than 1 thousand euros is annually spent on sports activities and watching sports.
In the third quarter of 2013, collectively negotiated wages were raised by 1.2 percent relative to the third quarter last year. The increase is smaller than in the previous quarters and also well below the level of inflation of 2.8 percent.
According to the most recent figures released by Statistics Netherlands, the inflation rate fell to 2.4 percent in September. The rate has not been this low during the past twelve months. In August, consumer prices were 2.8 percent up from one year previously.
In the third quarter of 2013, inflation was 1.8 percent on Bonaire and 1.4 percent on Saba. These rates were higher than in the previous quarter. On St Eustatius, inflation was down slightly, at 1.7 percent.
The Dutch inflation rate was 2.4 percent in September, the lowest level over the last 12 months.