A year of costly shock – and there is no end in sight!
The Federal Statistical Office released new data on Monday: producers (e.g. of foodstuffs) increased their prices in May by an average of 33.6% compared to the previous year. Disk!
Means: In the coming months, shopping will be even more expensive.
The expensive BILD calendar
Here are the rising prices:
► July: Gas suppliers are increasing their tariffs one after the other – up to 300 percent! Hotels and restaurants increase their prices by at least 5% due to the Christmas holidays (Dehoga).
► August: Price supplements for wheat / flour make bread, rolls and cakes more expensive. The next price surge is also imminent for dairy products (quark, yogurt, cheese).
► September: No more discounts on tanks! Gasoline will cost up to 35 cents / liter more, diesel up to 17 cents / liter. Bus and train journeys are also becoming more expensive (the 9 euro ticket expires).
For mustard, beer, potato products, e.g. French fries, French fries, price supplements are at risk. Lemonade could also get more expensive (due to a lack of carbon).
► October: The minimum wage rises to 12 euros / hour, haircuts, cosmetic treatments and massages, among other things, become more expensive.
► November December: Cookies, roasts and fir trees, among other things, are becoming more expensive.
► January: Price increases for gyms, cinemas, etc. There is also the risk of higher health contributions and gas tariffs.