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Informations Rapides · 30 November 2021 · n° 307
Informations rapidesIn November 2021, consumer prices increased by 2.8% year on yearConsumer price index - provisional results - November 2021

Informations rapides
No 307
Paru le : Paru le 30/11/2021
Prochaine parution le : 31/05/2022 at 08:45 - May 2022
Warning

These provisional results are only preliminary data. Accordingly, they should not be used for contractual revaluations. The indices published here are based on a limited set of price observations and from estimates of some rates of change for fares which are not yet available. The complete results will be published on 15 December 2021.

Additional information is available in “For further information”.

Over a year, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) should rise by 2.8% in November 2021, after +2.6% in the previous month, according to the provisional estimate made at the end of the month. This increase in inflation should result from the acceleration in energy prices, manufactured good prices and – to a lesser extent – service prices. The prices of tobacco should be stable and those of food should slow down.

Over one month, consumer prices should rise by 0.4% as in October. The prices of services should accelerate and those of food should rebound. The prices of manufactured goods should advance, over a month, at the same rate as in the previous month. The prices of tobacco should be stable and those of energy should slow down.

Year on year, the Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices should rise by 3.4% after +3.2% in October. Over one month, it should increase by 0.4% as in the previous month.

Consumer Price Indices

Year-on-year change %; 2015: 100
Consumer Price Indices (Year-on-year change %; 2015: 100)
Weight 2021 November 2020 October 2021 November 2021 (p)
CPI - All items* 10000 0.2 2.6 2.8
Food 1785 2.0 0.7 0.4
- Fresh food 261 11.1 1.5 -1.0
- Other food products 1524 0.5 0.5 0.7
Tobacco 243 12.5 4.8 0.0
Energy 746 -7.8 20.2 21.6
Manufactured products 2501 -0.3 0.3 0.8
Services 4725 0.7 1.8 1.9
HICP** - All items 10000 0.2 3.2 3.4
  • (p) provisional results
  • *: Consumer Price Indices
  • **: Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices

Variations in the consumer price index

Variations in the consumer price index ()
12-month-rate 1-month-rate
2017-01 1.3 -0.2
2017-02 1.2 0.1
2017-03 1.1 0.6
2017-04 1.2 0.1
2017-05 0.8 0.0
2017-06 0.7 0.0
2017-07 0.7 -0.3
2017-08 0.9 0.5
2017-09 1.0 -0.2
2017-10 1.1 0.1
2017-11 1.2 0.1
2017-12 1.2 0.3
2018-01 1.3 -0.1
2018-02 1.2 0.0
2018-03 1.6 1.0
2018-04 1.6 0.2
2018-05 2.0 0.4
2018-06 2.0 0.0
2018-07 2.3 -0.1
2018-08 2.3 0.5
2018-09 2.2 -0.2
2018-10 2.2 0.1
2018-11 1.9 -0.2
2018-12 1.6 0.0
2019-01 1.2 -0.4
2019-02 1.3 0.0
2019-03 1.1 0.8
2019-04 1.3 0.3
2019-05 0.9 0.1
2019-06 1.2 0.2
2019-07 1.1 -0.2
2019-08 1.0 0.5
2019-09 0.9 -0.3
2019-10 0.8 0.0
2019-11 1.0 0.1
2019-12 1.5 0.4
2020-01 1.5 -0.4
2020-02 1.4 0.0
2020-03 0.7 0.1
2020-04 0.3 0.0
2020-05 0.4 0.1
2020-06 0.2 0.1
2020-07 0.8 0.4
2020-08 0.2 -0.1
2020-09 0.0 -0.5
2020-10 0.0 0.0
2020-11 0.2 0.2
2020-12 0.0 0.2
2021-01 0.6 0.2
2021-02 0.6 0.0
2021-03 1.1 0.6
2021-04 1.2 0.1
2021-05 1.4 0.3
2021-06 1.5 0.1
2021-07 1.2 0.1
2021-08 1.9 0.6
2021-09 2.2 -0.2
2021-10 2.6 0.4
2021-11 2.8 0.4

Variations in the consumer price index

  • Geographical coverage: France excluding Mayotte
  • Source: INSEE - Consumer Price Indices

For further information

In November, the missing prices due to a lack of collection or an impossibility to purchase the products were imputed in compliance with Eurostat guidelines. The imputation rate should be 1%.

Definition

The Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) is designed for comparison of consumer price inflation between Members States of the European Union. It is computed for all households in France except Mayotte. The main difference between HICP and CPI is about the health costs: HICP is based on net prices of social security reimbursements and CPI is based on gross prices.

Publication of final results: 15 December 2021 at 8:45 am

Next publication: 4 January 2022 at 8:45 am

Pour en savoir plus

In November, the missing prices due to a lack of collection or an impossibility to purchase the products were imputed in compliance with Eurostat guidelines. The imputation rate should be 1%.

Definition

The Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) is designed for comparison of consumer price inflation between Members States of the European Union. It is computed for all households in France except Mayotte. The main difference between HICP and CPI is about the health costs: HICP is based on net prices of social security reimbursements and CPI is based on gross prices.

Publication of final results: 15 December 2021 at 8:45 am

Next publication: 4 January 2022 at 8:45 am

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