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Informations Rapides · 31 May 2024 · n° 134
Informations rapidesHousehold consumption of goods fell sharply in April 2024 (-0.8%) Household consumption expenditure on goods - April 2024

In April 2024, household consumption expenditure on goods fell over one month (-0.8% in volume* after +0.5% in March 2024 –revised data).

This decline is explained by the drop in food consumption (-2.7% after +0.8% in March –revised data). Energy consumption rose moderately (+1.3% after -0.5%), while purchases of manufactured goods were virtually stable (-0.1% after +0.7%).

Informations rapides
No 134
Paru le :Paru le31/05/2024
Prochaine parution le : 30/07/2024 at 07:30 - June 2024
Warning

In May 2024, the national accounts switch to base 2020. A detailed presentation of the revisions to the sources and methods used to compile the accounts and their impact is available on the Insee website.

In April 2024, household consumption expenditure on goods fell over one month (-0.8% in volume* after +0.5% in March 2024 –revised data).

This decline is explained by the drop in food consumption (-2.7% after +0.8% in March –revised data). Energy consumption rose moderately (+1.3% after -0.5%), while purchases of manufactured goods were virtually stable (-0.1% after +0.7%).

Total consumption of goods in volume

Total consumption of goods in volume
Monthly data
2024-04 45.951
2024-03 46.331
2024-02 46.096
2024-01 46.1
2023-12 46.353
2023-11 46.229
2023-10 45.92
2023-09 46.279
2023-08 46.387
2023-07 46.651
2023-06 46.504
2023-05 46.146
2023-04 45.878
2023-03 46.147
2023-02 46.492
2023-01 46.654
2022-12 45.849
2022-11 46.781
2022-10 46.65
2022-09 48.039
2022-08 47.055
2022-07 46.624
2022-06 47.251
2022-05 47.171
2022-04 47.412
2022-03 46.805
2022-02 47.568
2022-01 47.549
2021-12 47.737
2021-11 48.317
2021-10 48.66
2021-09 48.377
2021-08 48.31
2021-07 48.744
2021-06 49.11
2021-05 48.94
2021-04 44.484
2021-03 48.269
2021-02 48.68
2021-01 48.261
2020-12 50.849
2020-11 41.122
2020-10 50.951
2020-09 49.023
2020-08 51.025
2020-07 49.788
2020-06 49.463
2020-05 44.498
2020-04 31.854
2020-03 39.744
2020-02 48.251
2020-01 47.747
2019-12 48.403
2019-11 48.164
2019-10 47.913
2019-09 47.943
2019-08 48.183
2019-07 47.83
2019-06 47.726
2019-05 48.274
2019-04 48.064
2019-03 47.777
2019-02 47.837
2019-01 48.054
2018-12 47.261
2018-11 47.599
2018-10 47.9
2018-09 47.461
2018-08 48.103
2018-07 47.927
2018-06 47.921
2018-05 48.097
2018-04 47.613
2018-03 48.623
2018-02 48.511
2018-01 47.196
2017-12 48.151
2017-11 48.317
2017-10 47.392
2017-09 48.83
2017-08 47.815
2017-07 48.071
2017-06 47.806
2017-05 47.979
2017-04 47.511
2017-03 47.314
2017-02 47.404
2017-01 47.92
2016-12 47.454
2016-11 47.387
2016-10 47.891
2016-09 47.08
2016-08 46.877
2016-07 46.737
2016-06 47.075
2016-05 47.213
2016-04 47.213
2016-03 47.3
2016-02 47.084
2016-01 47.242
2015-12 46.877
2015-11 45.698
2015-10 46.797
2015-09 46.736
2015-08 46.62
2015-07 46.798
2015-06 46.593
2015-05 46.266
2015-04 46.237
2015-03 46.031
2015-02 46.266
2015-01 46.561
2014-12 46.352
2014-11 45.647
2014-10 45.486
2014-09 45.564
2014-08 45.722
2014-07 45.267
2014-06 45.673
2014-05 45.637
2014-04 45.241
2014-03 45.339
2014-02 45.149
2014-01 45.33
2013-12 46.122
2013-11 46.041
2013-10 45.399
2013-09 45.563
2013-08 45.538
2013-07 45.545
2013-06 45.227
2013-05 45.865
2013-04 45.505
2013-03 45.871
2013-02 45.392
2013-01 45.231
2012-12 45.547
2012-11 45.506
2012-10 45.534
2012-09 45.531
2012-08 45.519
2012-07 45.738
2012-06 45.741
2012-05 45.605
2012-04 45.582
2012-03 45.631
2012-02 46.453
2012-01 45.572
2011-12 45.49
2011-11 45.554
2011-10 45.82
2011-09 45.883
2011-08 45.918
2011-07 45.612
2011-06 45.985
2011-05 45.164
2011-04 45.622
2011-03 46.229
2011-02 46.963
2011-01 46.771
2010-12 46.775
2010-11 46.411
2010-10 45.914
2010-09 45.927
2010-08 45.573
2010-07 46.034
2010-06 44.947
2010-05 45.981
2010-04 45.432
2010-03 45.687
2010-02 45.378
2010-01 45.498
2009-12 45.94
2009-11 45.291
2009-10 45.419
2009-09 45.209
2009-08 44.982
2009-07 44.966
2009-06 45.557
2009-05 45.173
2009-04 44.887
2009-03 44.334
2009-02 44.54
2009-01 45.419

Total consumption of goods in volume

  • Source: INSEE

Food products: sharp decline

In April 2024, household food consumption fell sharply (-2.7%), after three consecutive months of growth. This downturn was mainly driven by miscellaneous food products such as chocolate and confectionery: consumption fell back after having risen sharply in March, Easter Sunday being in March this year. Purchases of canned fish and other processed fish were also down strongly. Tobacco consumption went up sharply after three consecutive months of decline.

Food products, engineered goods and energy

Food products, engineered goods and energy
Engineered goods Energy Food products
2024-04 21.43 8.036 16.556
2024-03 21.459 7.934 17.014
2024-02 21.312 7.973 16.874
2024-01 21.155 8.172 16.799
2023-12 21.59 8.058 16.756
2023-11 21.393 7.918 16.984
2023-10 21.192 7.862 16.93
2023-09 21.147 8.056 17.112
2023-08 21.213 8.165 17.032
2023-07 21.404 8.216 17.054
2023-06 21.0 8.214 17.298
2023-05 21.041 8.121 17.004
2023-04 21.077 8.017 16.819
2023-03 21.01 8.232 16.906
2023-02 21.113 8.134 17.27
2023-01 21.054 8.111 17.518
2022-12 20.967 7.352 17.585
2022-11 21.236 8.014 17.555
2022-10 21.126 8.017 17.529
2022-09 21.641 8.672 17.723
2022-08 21.002 8.33 17.728
2022-07 20.587 8.384 17.648
2022-06 21.186 8.405 17.663
2022-05 21.288 8.281 17.613
2022-04 20.945 8.473 17.992
2022-03 21.048 8.339 17.42
2022-02 21.162 8.6 17.799
2022-01 21.134 8.537 17.875
2021-12 21.451 8.2 18.086
2021-11 21.499 8.833 17.985
2021-10 21.639 8.902 18.119
2021-09 21.708 8.678 17.991
2021-08 21.659 8.69 17.961
2021-07 21.845 8.726 18.172
2021-06 22.425 8.605 18.08
2021-05 21.791 8.699 18.45
2021-04 17.586 8.117 18.781
2021-03 21.088 8.524 18.657
2021-02 21.814 8.27 18.596
2021-01 21.31 8.49 18.461
2020-12 23.886 8.217 18.734
2020-11 16.301 7.157 17.699
2020-10 22.439 9.057 19.423
2020-09 22.282 8.57 18.132
2020-08 23.897 8.615 18.475
2020-07 22.624 8.671 18.456
2020-06 22.771 8.263 18.41
2020-05 18.925 7.209 18.407
2020-04 8.739 5.401 17.86
2020-03 13.596 7.598 18.593
2020-02 21.192 8.77 18.246
2020-01 21.196 8.646 17.859
2019-12 21.756 8.724 17.866
2019-11 21.614 8.681 17.814
2019-10 21.463 8.57 17.834
2019-09 21.351 8.689 17.855
2019-08 21.701 8.63 17.798
2019-07 21.338 8.684 17.757
2019-06 21.266 8.712 17.694
2019-05 21.404 8.845 17.974
2019-04 21.311 8.755 17.952
2019-03 21.503 8.467 17.763
2019-02 21.316 8.623 17.853
2019-01 21.219 8.873 17.911
2018-12 20.631 8.492 18.122
2018-11 20.844 8.739 17.985
2018-10 21.047 8.802 18.013
2018-09 20.929 8.586 17.906
2018-08 21.297 8.703 18.055
2018-07 21.084 8.637 18.171
2018-06 21.041 8.687 18.162
2018-05 21.199 8.771 18.085
2018-04 21.284 8.567 17.697
2018-03 20.965 9.226 18.421
2018-02 20.969 9.247 18.277
2018-01 20.782 8.337 18.048
2017-12 20.985 9.107 18.035
2017-11 21.062 8.926 18.304
2017-10 20.687 8.488 18.189
2017-09 21.247 9.17 18.393
2017-08 20.817 8.84 18.137
2017-07 21.004 8.845 18.192
2017-06 20.703 8.783 18.312
2017-05 20.906 8.888 18.162
2017-04 20.639 8.658 18.197
2017-03 20.677 8.407 18.2
2017-02 20.705 8.471 18.199
2017-01 20.437 9.299 18.212
2016-12 20.487 8.91 18.056
2016-11 20.285 9.08 18.039
2016-10 20.45 9.192 18.271
2016-09 20.006 8.821 18.291
2016-08 19.882 8.914 18.121
2016-07 19.867 8.813 18.093
2016-06 20.534 8.524 17.996
2016-05 20.053 9.209 17.981
2016-04 20.344 9.039 17.828
2016-03 20.172 9.041 18.111
2016-02 20.002 8.912 18.207
2016-01 20.528 8.592 18.109
2015-12 20.246 8.496 18.149
2015-11 19.217 8.492 18.059
2015-10 19.782 9.06 17.99
2015-09 19.974 8.853 17.927
2015-08 19.773 8.744 18.148
2015-07 19.816 8.95 18.07
2015-06 19.8 8.731 18.102
2015-05 19.672 8.625 18.01
2015-04 19.622 8.656 18.003
2015-03 19.488 8.697 17.891
2015-02 19.513 8.878 17.921
2015-01 19.688 8.856 18.062
2014-12 19.468 8.888 18.054
2014-11 19.319 8.396 17.991
2014-10 19.234 8.405 17.906
2014-09 18.929 8.729 17.994
2014-08 19.31 8.699 17.759
2014-07 19.208 8.636 17.454
2014-06 19.176 8.784 17.769
2014-05 19.031 8.677 18.011
2014-04 19.027 8.446 17.837
2014-03 19.12 8.508 17.768
2014-02 19.004 8.519 17.685
2014-01 19.045 8.603 17.743
2013-12 19.46 8.938 17.754
2013-11 19.124 9.141 17.843
2013-10 19.037 8.635 17.789
2013-09 18.933 8.94 17.762
2013-08 18.836 8.956 17.83
2013-07 18.799 9.027 17.806
2013-06 18.831 8.966 17.488
2013-05 18.737 9.385 17.842
2013-04 18.748 9.448 17.369
2013-03 18.589 9.331 18.079
2013-02 18.602 9.195 17.689
2013-01 18.662 9.016 17.636
2012-12 19.085 8.879 17.623
2012-11 18.734 9.255 17.602
2012-10 18.949 9.041 17.601
2012-09 18.933 8.972 17.691
2012-08 18.844 9.007 17.747
2012-07 19.034 9.028 17.737
2012-06 18.961 9.089 17.763
2012-05 19.002 9.067 17.587
2012-04 18.715 9.344 17.615
2012-03 19.281 8.691 17.679
2012-02 19.013 9.829 17.698
2012-01 19.022 8.941 17.661
2011-12 19.413 8.671 17.366
2011-11 19.138 8.868 17.581
2011-10 19.187 8.973 17.707
2011-09 19.131 9.006 17.813
2011-08 19.215 9.157 17.6
2011-07 19.13 8.94 17.583
2011-06 19.25 9.094 17.692
2011-05 19.011 8.643 17.53
2011-04 19.262 8.59 17.773
2011-03 19.713 8.988 17.495
2011-02 20.055 9.181 17.689
2011-01 19.724 9.319 17.75
2010-12 19.531 9.549 17.765
2010-11 19.466 9.323 17.658
2010-10 19.024 9.356 17.638
2010-09 19.213 9.252 17.513
2010-08 19.011 9.163 17.461
2010-07 19.228 9.232 17.629
2010-06 18.604 9.122 17.324
2010-05 19.114 9.399 17.559
2010-04 18.892 9.275 17.353
2010-03 19.152 9.25 17.329
2010-02 18.716 9.572 17.24
2010-01 19.086 9.286 17.171
2009-12 19.455 9.307 17.181
2009-11 19.182 9.018 17.095
2009-10 19.099 9.074 17.285
2009-09 18.957 9.156 17.148
2009-08 18.538 9.144 17.437
2009-07 18.617 9.314 17.147
2009-06 19.136 9.331 17.134
2009-05 18.901 9.281 17.053
2009-04 18.565 9.345 17.095
2009-03 18.459 9.262 16.696
2009-02 18.271 9.466 16.955
2009-01 18.683 9.594 17.286

Food products, engineered goods and energy

  • Source: INSEE

Energy: clear rebound

In April 2024, household spending on energy rebounded (+1.3% after -0.5% in March –revised data), mainly due to an increase in fuel consumption. Electricity consumption rebounded after two months of decline.

Décomposition de l'énergie

Décomposition de l'énergie
Produits raffinés Énergie, eau, déchets
2024-04 3.653 4.363
2024-03 3.582 4.334
2024-02 3.573 4.385
2024-01 3.632 4.528
2023-12 3.583 4.462
2023-11 3.457 4.464
2023-10 3.555 4.28
2023-09 3.531 4.524
2023-08 3.59 4.571
2023-07 3.651 4.552
2023-06 3.696 4.494
2023-05 3.645 4.454
2023-04 3.472 4.555
2023-03 3.723 4.481
2023-02 3.604 4.52
2023-01 3.714 4.358
2022-12 3.585 3.727
2022-11 3.72 4.267
2022-10 3.695 4.297
2022-09 3.932 4.719
2022-08 3.603 4.721
2022-07 3.607 4.773
2022-06 3.635 4.765
2022-05 3.655 4.614
2022-04 3.66 4.808
2022-03 3.616 4.717
2022-02 3.846 4.738
2022-01 3.649 4.886
2021-12 3.703 4.496
2021-11 3.813 5.019
2021-10 3.827 5.075
2021-09 3.795 4.884
2021-08 3.777 4.913
2021-07 3.801 4.925
2021-06 3.693 4.911
2021-05 3.463 5.236
2021-04 3.068 5.05
2021-03 3.593 4.931
2021-02 3.496 4.774
2021-01 3.53 4.96
2020-12 3.421 4.788
2020-11 2.675 4.516
2020-10 3.677 5.384
2020-09 3.714 4.829
2020-08 3.778 4.804
2020-07 3.832 4.802
2020-06 3.465 4.788
2020-05 2.566 4.695
2020-04 1.298 4.225
2020-03 2.858 4.774
2020-02 3.985 4.733
2020-01 4.047 4.531
2019-12 4.02 4.643
2019-11 3.861 4.781
2019-10 3.849 4.676
2019-09 3.925 4.716
2019-08 3.875 4.71
2019-07 3.892 4.748
2019-06 3.914 4.751
2019-05 3.884 4.93
2019-04 3.992 4.707
2019-03 3.888 4.521
2019-02 3.991 4.569
2019-01 4.012 4.81
2018-12 3.835 4.605
2018-11 3.993 4.691
2018-10 4.054 4.691
2018-09 3.885 4.649
2018-08 3.989 4.659
2018-07 3.937 4.646
2018-06 3.995 4.636
2018-05 4.079 4.634
2018-04 4.034 4.473
2018-03 4.083 5.092
2018-02 4.013 5.186
2018-01 3.921 4.358
2017-12 4.092 4.958
2017-11 3.972 4.897
2017-10 3.819 4.616
2017-09 4.236 4.88
2017-08 4.031 4.755
2017-07 4.07 4.722
2017-06 3.996 4.733
2017-05 4.045 4.789
2017-04 3.951 4.655
2017-03 3.967 4.391
2017-02 3.967 4.455
2017-01 4.028 5.209
2016-12 3.996 4.858
2016-11 4.111 4.912
2016-10 4.061 5.075
2016-09 4.023 4.743
2016-08 4.088 4.768
2016-07 4.007 4.751
2016-06 3.641 4.835
2016-05 4.331 4.816
2016-04 3.94 5.047
2016-03 4.047 4.939
2016-02 4.066 4.79
2016-01 3.935 4.602
2015-12 4.152 4.242
2015-11 3.915 4.513
2015-10 3.944 5.087
2015-09 3.972 4.833
2015-08 3.959 4.731
2015-07 4.145 4.734
2015-06 3.965 4.71
2015-05 3.903 4.67
2015-04 3.991 4.6
2015-03 3.92 4.728
2015-02 3.914 4.928
2015-01 3.961 4.849
2014-12 4.1 4.716
2014-11 3.817 4.524
2014-10 3.93 4.392
2014-09 3.974 4.696
2014-08 3.91 4.745
2014-07 3.86 4.737
2014-06 3.996 4.73
2014-05 3.838 4.81
2014-04 3.87 4.514
2014-03 3.915 4.527
2014-02 3.879 4.583
2014-01 3.912 4.635
2013-12 3.972 4.924
2013-11 3.901 5.253
2013-10 3.917 4.65
2013-09 3.928 4.986
2013-08 3.964 4.956
2013-07 3.991 5.0
2013-06 3.882 5.077
2013-05 4.082 5.29
2013-04 4.054 5.4
2013-03 3.988 5.356
2013-02 3.951 5.248
2013-01 3.897 5.115
2012-12 3.928 4.916
2012-11 4.09 5.131
2012-10 4.01 4.993
2012-09 3.955 4.987
2012-08 3.997 4.97
2012-07 4.021 4.961
2012-06 4.084 4.948
2012-05 4.065 4.949
2012-04 3.987 5.369
2012-03 4.023 4.573
2012-02 4.018 5.884
2012-01 4.028 4.853
2011-12 3.84 4.789
2011-11 4.015 4.788
2011-10 4.049 4.862
2011-09 4.035 4.915
2011-08 4.129 4.966
2011-07 3.964 4.93
2011-06 4.1 4.932
2011-05 3.817 4.786
2011-04 4.015 4.482
2011-03 4.071 4.851
2011-02 4.221 4.877
2011-01 4.206 5.048
2010-12 3.993 5.537
2010-11 4.11 5.169
2010-10 4.136 5.175
2010-09 4.159 5.039
2010-08 4.094 5.018
2010-07 4.191 4.983
2010-06 4.09 4.981
2010-05 4.136 5.22
2010-04 4.21 5.006
2010-03 4.099 5.105
2010-02 4.308 5.209
2010-01 3.903 5.362
2009-12 4.254 4.979
2009-11 4.175 4.75
2009-10 4.088 4.939
2009-09 4.14 4.962
2009-08 4.095 5.011
2009-07 4.255 4.986
2009-06 4.274 4.978
2009-05 4.244 4.963
2009-04 4.267 5.005
2009-03 4.207 4.993
2009-02 4.233 5.197
2009-01 4.226 5.357

Décomposition de l'énergie

  • Source : Insee

Engineered goods: virtual stability

In April 2024, household consumption of manufactured goods was virtually stable after two consecutive months of growth (-0.1% after +0.7% in March and February 2024). The decline in spending on clothing and textiles (-2.0%) was largely offset by higher purchases of durable goods.

Durable goods: further increase

In April 2024, purchases of durable goods continued to rise, but more moderately (+0.5% after +0.8% in March and +1.7% in February 2024 –revised data).

Consumption of household equipment rose sharply (+1.2% after +0.1% in March 2024 –revised data), driven by higher purchases of furniture, telephones and household appliances.

Textile-clothing: downturn

In April 2024, spending on clothing and textiles declined (-2.0% after +1.3% in March 2024), mainly due to lower spending on clothing and, to a lesser extent, shoes and leather.

Other engineered goods: virtual stability

In April 2024, consumption of “other manufactured goods” was virtually stable (-0.1% after +0.2% in March 2024).

Breakdown of engineered goods

Breakdown of engineered goods
Other engineered goods Household durables Textile-clothing Transport equipment
2024-04 6.154 3.738 4.034 5.69
2024-03 6.158 3.692 4.115 5.676
2024-02 6.148 3.688 4.063 5.602
2024-01 6.145 3.669 4.091 5.479
2023-12 6.132 3.595 4.076 6.002
2023-11 6.105 3.674 4.117 5.703
2023-10 6.093 3.623 4.034 5.651
2023-09 6.094 3.626 3.999 5.633
2023-08 6.114 3.596 4.032 5.686
2023-07 6.124 3.809 4.132 5.56
2023-06 6.12 3.538 4.123 5.452
2023-05 6.07 3.553 4.148 5.52
2023-04 6.114 3.558 4.09 5.542
2023-03 6.117 3.6 4.07 5.454
2023-02 6.158 3.578 4.13 5.487
2023-01 6.198 3.637 4.09 5.381
2022-12 6.256 3.589 4.134 5.28
2022-11 6.262 3.727 4.096 5.394
2022-10 6.275 3.732 4.122 5.271
2022-09 6.302 3.891 4.457 5.276
2022-08 6.303 3.708 4.125 5.153
2022-07 6.314 3.649 3.873 5.068
2022-06 6.301 3.774 4.206 5.213
2022-05 6.328 3.762 4.405 5.096
2022-04 6.331 3.751 4.125 5.029
2022-03 6.338 3.755 4.177 5.074
2022-02 6.333 3.79 4.154 5.163
2022-01 6.374 3.847 4.005 5.214
2021-12 6.368 3.76 4.346 5.222
2021-11 6.35 3.896 4.359 5.158
2021-10 6.337 3.848 4.499 5.224
2021-09 6.356 3.913 4.44 5.274
2021-08 6.373 3.941 4.407 5.257
2021-07 6.411 4.054 4.403 5.266
2021-06 6.437 4.051 4.766 5.42
2021-05 6.318 4.22 4.409 5.316
2021-04 5.744 3.493 1.991 5.177
2021-03 6.313 4.063 3.84 5.275
2021-02 6.226 4.204 4.476 5.263
2021-01 6.255 3.974 3.864 5.594
2020-12 6.592 4.984 5.075 5.53
2020-11 5.597 2.97 2.108 4.71
2020-10 6.545 4.124 4.281 5.84
2020-09 6.376 3.983 4.438 5.799
2020-08 6.48 4.162 5.255 6.245
2020-07 6.383 3.878 4.13 6.638
2020-06 6.542 4.24 4.052 6.29
2020-05 6.06 3.668 3.848 4.397
2020-04 4.283 1.909 0.949 1.452
2020-03 5.135 2.697 2.088 2.784
2020-02 6.192 3.455 4.324 5.656
2020-01 6.136 3.57 4.431 5.566
2019-12 6.111 3.688 4.356 6.012
2019-11 6.146 3.514 4.46 5.947
2019-10 6.115 3.525 4.423 5.87
2019-09 6.095 3.484 4.459 5.774
2019-08 6.075 3.464 4.46 6.163
2019-07 6.065 3.483 4.36 5.914
2019-06 6.055 3.326 4.501 5.884
2019-05 6.059 3.544 4.407 5.846
2019-04 6.033 3.513 4.434 5.812
2019-03 6.035 3.474 4.488 5.99
2019-02 6.062 3.435 4.549 5.776
2019-01 6.041 3.418 4.471 5.788
2018-12 6.041 3.333 4.391 5.376
2018-11 6.001 3.363 4.334 5.67
2018-10 6.046 3.372 4.404 5.745
2018-09 6.037 3.359 4.358 5.71
2018-08 6.04 3.362 4.449 5.995
2018-07 6.046 3.317 4.487 5.772
2018-06 6.042 3.395 4.34 5.807
2018-05 6.053 3.327 4.425 5.946
2018-04 6.046 3.239 4.68 5.871
2018-03 6.032 3.349 4.398 5.72
2018-02 5.997 3.304 4.549 5.673
2018-01 6.001 3.293 4.438 5.584
2017-12 6.008 3.304 4.493 5.725
2017-11 6.002 3.388 4.577 5.612
2017-10 5.985 3.297 4.291 5.649
2017-09 5.985 3.331 4.837 5.635
2017-08 5.977 3.299 4.518 5.562
2017-07 5.982 3.331 4.551 5.672
2017-06 5.953 3.272 4.402 5.624
2017-05 5.932 3.243 4.598 5.685
2017-04 5.926 3.225 4.478 5.558
2017-03 5.926 3.201 4.583 5.516
2017-02 5.909 3.238 4.63 5.469
2017-01 5.921 3.122 4.518 5.437
2016-12 5.917 3.119 4.424 5.588
2016-11 5.893 3.073 4.368 5.517
2016-10 5.88 3.154 4.659 5.296
2016-09 5.869 3.099 4.252 5.341
2016-08 5.866 3.071 4.338 5.193
2016-07 5.864 3.01 4.409 5.156
2016-06 5.878 3.349 4.681 5.137
2016-05 5.854 3.17 4.363 5.198
2016-04 5.859 3.427 4.339 5.236
2016-03 5.852 3.29 4.357 5.197
2016-02 5.836 3.169 4.386 5.14
2016-01 5.843 3.165 4.86 5.164
2015-12 5.842 3.39 4.458 5.014
2015-11 5.783 2.9 4.205 4.891
2015-10 5.818 3.028 4.517 4.974
2015-09 5.847 3.07 4.58 4.998
2015-08 5.805 3.06 4.592 4.833
2015-07 5.821 3.012 4.515 4.985
2015-06 5.824 2.949 4.581 4.972
2015-05 5.828 2.962 4.482 4.91
2015-04 5.812 2.931 4.585 4.823
2015-03 5.792 2.956 4.462 4.785
2015-02 5.807 2.981 4.487 4.747
2015-01 5.791 2.992 4.656 4.767
2014-12 5.743 3.018 4.528 4.687
2014-11 5.724 2.943 4.467 4.707
2014-10 5.704 2.94 4.37 4.748
2014-09 5.693 2.933 4.126 4.708
2014-08 5.709 2.954 4.446 4.745
2014-07 5.67 2.913 4.507 4.662
2014-06 5.648 2.837 4.538 4.727
2014-05 5.655 2.887 4.405 4.633
2014-04 5.638 2.746 4.398 4.835
2014-03 5.644 2.746 4.546 4.776
2014-02 5.608 2.753 4.44 4.772
2014-01 5.623 2.812 4.566 4.581
2013-12 5.584 2.838 4.425 5.215
2013-11 5.591 2.748 4.547 4.844
2013-10 5.572 2.779 4.427 4.844
2013-09 5.554 2.749 4.438 4.796
2013-08 5.55 2.72 4.331 4.842
2013-07 5.532 2.655 4.453 4.78
2013-06 5.523 2.728 4.408 4.766
2013-05 5.547 2.725 4.269 4.783
2013-04 5.533 2.707 4.387 4.714
2013-03 5.498 2.703 4.339 4.628
2013-02 5.481 2.639 4.368 4.73
2013-01 5.502 2.652 4.475 4.646
2012-12 5.49 2.713 4.462 5.037
2012-11 5.456 2.692 4.391 4.782
2012-10 5.491 2.656 4.514 4.901
2012-09 5.469 2.653 4.545 4.897
2012-08 5.473 2.628 4.383 4.982
2012-07 5.478 2.698 4.48 4.959
2012-06 5.528 2.692 4.25 5.059
2012-05 5.427 2.668 4.486 5.069
2012-04 5.425 2.695 4.124 5.047
2012-03 5.481 2.582 4.681 5.183
2012-02 5.44 2.656 4.508 5.042
2012-01 5.431 2.582 4.569 5.069
2011-12 5.437 2.749 4.469 5.3
2011-11 5.474 2.481 4.453 5.424
2011-10 5.459 2.544 4.52 5.304
2011-09 5.455 2.563 4.409 5.312
2011-08 5.45 2.573 4.475 5.33
2011-07 5.434 2.599 4.414 5.274
2011-06 5.446 2.606 4.611 5.17
2011-05 5.416 2.517 4.503 5.212
2011-04 5.417 2.486 4.696 5.342
2011-03 5.409 2.627 4.6 5.753
2011-02 5.402 2.662 4.692 5.982
2011-01 5.414 2.592 4.552 5.854
2010-12 5.371 2.521 4.627 5.736
2010-11 5.358 2.485 4.658 5.71
2010-10 5.336 2.488 4.538 5.345
2010-09 5.33 2.532 4.617 5.413
2010-08 5.29 2.541 4.63 5.172
2010-07 5.294 2.412 4.894 5.344
2010-06 5.277 2.439 4.222 5.354
2010-05 5.327 2.57 4.547 5.28
2010-04 5.247 2.41 4.585 5.354
2010-03 5.233 2.461 4.597 5.555
2010-02 5.178 2.428 4.396 5.405
2010-01 5.157 2.414 4.69 5.539
2009-12 5.155 2.478 4.604 5.953
2009-11 5.117 2.379 4.503 5.963
2009-10 5.117 2.383 4.625 5.722
2009-09 5.1 2.389 4.529 5.649
2009-08 5.082 2.366 4.287 5.488
2009-07 5.057 2.336 4.428 5.508
2009-06 5.159 2.34 4.782 5.553
2009-05 5.067 2.285 4.507 5.894
2009-04 5.097 2.288 4.503 5.395
2009-03 5.083 2.259 4.593 5.266
2009-02 5.073 2.241 4.437 5.25
2009-01 5.147 2.274 4.745 5.264

Breakdown of engineered goods

  • Source: INSEE

Household consumption expenditure on goods

Changes in %. Volume at previous year’s prices, chain-linked SA-WDA
Household consumption expenditure on goods (Changes in %. Volume at previous year’s prices, chain-linked SA-WDA)
Weight (1) Feb. 24 / Jan. 24 Mar. 24 / Feb. 24 Apr. 24 / Mar. 24 Apr. 24 / Apr. 23 Q / Q-1 (2)
Food products 39 0.4 0.8 -2.7 -1.6 -0.2
- excl. Tobacco 35 0.9 1.0 -3.1 -1.0 0.6
Engineered goods 43 0.7 0.7 -0.1 1.7 0.1
- Durables 22 1.7 0.8 0.5 3.4 0.2
- Including transport equipment 11 2.2 1.3 0.2 2.7 -1.3
- Including Household durables 8 0.5 0.1 1.2 5.0 1.7
- Textile-clothing 8 -0.7 1.3 -2.0 -1.4 -0.6
- Other engineered goods 13 0.1 0.2 -0.1 0.6 0.4
Energy 18 -2.4 -0.5 1.3 0.2 -0.8
- Energy. water. waste 10 -3.1 -1.2 0.7 -4.2 -2.8
- Refined Products 8 -1.6 0.3 2.0 5.2 1.3
Total 100 0.0 0.5 -0.8 0.2 -0.2
- Including Manufactured goods 83 0.3 0.8 -1.0 0.7 0.0
  • (1) Weighting in the consumption expenditure on goods in value in 2022
  • (2) Last three months / previous three months
  • Source: INSEE

Revisions

The monthly change in household consumption of goods for March 2024 has been revised upwards by 0.1 points to +0.5% instead of +0.4%. Since the previous publication, new information has been integrated and the series has been adjusted to the provisional 2023, semi-final 2022 and final 2021 annual accounts. In addition, the coefficients for seasonal adjustment (SA) and working day adjustment (WDA) have been updated.

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*Volumes are measured at chain-link previous year prices (2020 euro billions) and all figures are seasonally and working-day adjusted (SA-WDA).

Scope and definition–Consumption expenditure on goods is compliant with the national-accounts definition (NAF Rev. 2). In 2020, they accounted for nearly half of total households’ consumption expenditure. They are divided into three main items:

– Food: products of agriculture, forestry and fishing (AZ), food, drinks and tobacco (C1);

– Energy: mining products, as well as water, gas, electricity and air conditioning, sanitation and waste management (DE), and refined and coked products (C2);

– Engineered goods: computers, electronic, electrical and optical goods (C3), transport equipment (C4), textiles and clothing, products made of leather, wood, paper, furniture, chemical and pharmaceutical products, plastic, rubber, minerals, metals, hardware (C5). Within this heading are distinguished “durable” goods which include transport equipment, household durables (furniture, household appliances, etc.) and other durable goods (jewellery, watches, glasses, medical devices, etc.).

The manufactured goods correspond to all the products C1, C2, C3, C4, C5.

Sources–This indicator is the compilation of a variety of statistical sources issued by the French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (consumer price indices, turnover indices and scanner data), the Bank of France, the French Federation of Automobile Manufacturers (CCFA), the Department of Data and Statistical Studies (SDES), the French Institute of Fashion (IFM), the National Health-Insurance Administration (CNAM), the National Federation of Rubber and Plastics Industries (SNCP), the Board of Oil (CPDP), GFK, Logista, the International Union Committee of Automobile and Motorcycle (CSIAM), etc.

Next publication: 28 June 2024 at 8:45 am.

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