Bavaria: Inflation rate in Bavaria drops minimally to 10.9 percent

Fürth (dpa / lby) - The inflation rate in Bavaria fell minimally in November.

Bavaria: Inflation rate in Bavaria drops minimally to 10.9 percent

Fürth (dpa / lby) - The inflation rate in Bavaria fell minimally in November. At 10.9 percent, it is 0.1 points below the October value, as the State Statistical Office announced on Tuesday. However, this is still the second highest value in decades.

The main drivers of inflation were rising energy prices. Heating oil was therefore 48 percent more expensive than in the same month last year. "In the case of gas, inflation even hit 144.9 percent in the same period," said Sara Bleninger from the state office. Firewood, wood pellets and other solid fuels increased in price by 104.2 percent, fuel by 14.7 percent and electricity by 33.4 percent.

However, excluding the energy sector, prices in November still rose by 6.8 percent compared to the same month last year. This was driven, among other things, by the strong increase in food prices of 20.6 percent. The dairy products and eggs category grew particularly strongly with 35.2 percent. Fruit, on the other hand, rose much more slowly, at 2.8 percent. If you also take food out of the equation, inflation would still be 5.3 percent.

If you compare the consumer prices not with November 2021 but with October 2022, there is even a small decline of 0.3 percent. Among other things, heating oil was no longer quite as expensive, as was fuel.

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