The Netherlands' annual inflation rate surged to 3.4 percent in October of 2021 from 2.7 percent in the previous month, reaching the highest inflation rate since April 2002, due mainly to a jump in prices of electricity (39.6%), gas (30.6%), motor fuels (27.3%). Prices increased faster for housing (4.8% vs 3.3%), transport (11% vs 8.9%), recreation & culture (2.1% vs 2.0%), clothing and footwear (2.1% vs 0.2%), and furnishings & household equipment (3.4% vs 2.9%) while those of food and non-alcoholic beverages rebounded (0.3%, after being flat in September). The annual core inflation, which excludes energy, food, alcohol, and tobacco rose edged up to a four-month high of 1.8 percent in October from 1.7 percent in September. On a monthly basis, consumer prices were up 1.3 percent, the most since April 1997, accelerating from a 0.1 percent rise in the prior month. source: Statistics Netherlands

Inflation Rate in Netherlands averaged 3.15 percent from 1971 until 2021, reaching an all time high of 11.19 percent in November of 1974 and a record low of -1.30 percent in February of 1987. This page provides - Netherlands Inflation Rate - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Netherlands Inflation Rate - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on November of 2021.

Inflation Rate in Netherlands is expected to be 3.50 percent by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. In the long-term, the Netherlands Inflation Rate is projected to trend around 1.80 percent in 2022 and 1.60 percent in 2023, according to our econometric models.

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Netherlands Inflation Rate


Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2021-10-07 04:30 AM Sep 2.7% 2.4% 2.7%
2021-11-04 05:30 AM Oct 3.4% 2.7% 2.9%
2021-12-07 05:30 AM Nov 3.4%


Related Last Previous Unit Reference
Inflation Rate 3.40 2.70 percent Oct/21
Harmonised Consumer Prices 112.10 110.32 points Oct/21
Consumer Price Index CPI 112.18 110.79 points Oct/21
Core Inflation Rate 1.80 1.70 percent Oct/21
Core Consumer Prices 110.25 109.39 points Oct/21
GDP Deflator 112.86 111.95 points Sep/21
Producer Prices 117.60 116.30 points Sep/21
Export Prices 109.60 108.70 points Sep/21
Import Prices 108.70 107.60 points Sep/21
CPI Housing Utilities 116.10 114.42 points Oct/21
Inflation Rate Mom 1.30 0.10 percent Oct/21
Food Inflation 0.30 0.00 percent Oct/21
CPI Transportation 118.06 114.52 points Oct/21
Producer Prices Change 16.40 14.40 percent Sep/21

News Stream
Dutch Inflation Rate Highest Since 2002
The Netherlands' annual inflation rate surged to 3.4 percent in October of 2021 from 2.7 percent in the previous month, reaching the highest inflation rate since April 2002, due mainly to a jump in prices of electricity (39.6%), gas (30.6%), motor fuels (27.3%). Prices increased faster for housing (4.8% vs 3.3%), transport (11% vs 8.9%), recreation & culture (2.1% vs 2.0%), clothing and footwear (2.1% vs 0.2%), and furnishings & household equipment (3.4% vs 2.9%) while those of food and non-alcoholic beverages rebounded (0.3%, after being flat in September). The annual core inflation, which excludes energy, food, alcohol, and tobacco rose edged up to a four-month high of 1.8 percent in October from 1.7 percent in September. On a monthly basis, consumer prices were up 1.3 percent, the most since April 1997, accelerating from a 0.1 percent rise in the prior month.
2021-11-04
Dutch Inflation Rate at 21-Month High of 2.7%
The Netherlands' annual inflation rate increased to 2.7 percent in September of 2021 from 2.4 percent in the previous month. It was the highest inflation rate since December 2019, due mainly to a 19.4 percent jump in prices of electricity, gas and other fuels. Prices rose faster for both housing (3.3% vs 2.6%) and transport (8.9% vs 6.2%), while those of food and non-alcoholic beverages were unchanged (vs 0.1 percent in August). Also, prices of recreation & culture advanced more (2.0% vs 0.7%). Meantime, prices continued to increase for both clothing and footwear (0.2% vs 1.3%) and furnishings & household equipment (2.9% vs 3.0%). The annual core inflation, which excludes energy, food, alcohol, and tobacco rose edged up to a three-month high of 1.7 percent in September from 1.6 percent in August. On a monthly basis, consumer prices edged up 0.1 percent, the least in 4 months, easing from a 0.4 percent gain in the prior month.
2021-10-07
Dutch Inflation Rate at 20-Month High of 2.4%
The Netherlands' annual inflation rate jumped to 2.4 percent in August of 2021 from 1.4 percent in the previous month. It was the highest inflation rate since December 2019, due mainly to a faster rise in prices of both housing (2.6% vs 2.4%) and transport (6,2% vs 3.4%), while food and non-alcoholic beverages prices rebounded (0.1 percent vs -0.9 percent). In addition, prices also increased more for clothing and footwear (1.3% vs 0.8%), furnishings & household equipment (3.0% vs 2.2%), while prices of recreation & culture recovered sharply (0.7% vs -1.6%). The annual core inflation, which excludes energy, food, alcohol, and tobacco rose surged to 1.6 percent in August from July’s near 5-year low of 0.6. On a monthly basis, consumer prices advanced 0.4 percent, easing from a 0.5 percent rise in the prior month.
2021-09-07

Netherlands Inflation Rate
In Netherlands, the most important categories in the consumer price index are: housing, water, electricity and gas (24.5 percent of the total weight); transport (11.6 percent) and food and non-alcoholic beverages (11.3 percent). The index also includes: recreation and culture (10.3 percent); furnishing and household equipment (6 percent); clothing and footwear (4.9 percent); hotels and restaurants (4.2 percent); communication (3.3 percent) and alcoholic beverages and tobacco (3.1 percent). Health, education and other goods and services account for the remaining 20.8 percent of total weight.