STUTTGART ( Reuters) – Higher prices for heating oil and fuels have had to increase the annual inflation rate in Baden – Wuerttemberg in September. Consumer prices were up 1.3 % year on year , as the State Statistical Office reported on Tuesday.
In August the annual inflation rate was only 0.9 %. Compared to the previous month, consumer prices remained in September unchanged .
Compared to the same month last year saw prices for heating oil ( up 24.8 %) and motor fuels ( up 10.0 %) felt. Excluding these sources of energy , the inflation rate would have the statistics authority , according to located just 0,7 %. Food became more expensive within a year by 2.0 % , with the price of butter by 34.5 % rose . The prices of clothing and footwear were by 1.6 % higher than a year ago .
Compared with the more expensive clothing and shoes because of the change to winter goods by 3.6 %. Heating oil was up by 3.5 % and fuel more expensive by 1.6 % the previous month. By contrast, Food prices in a single month by 0.2 %. The prices of package holidays fell by 9.1 %.
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