Statistics Bureau: Consumer prices for November 2019 rose 4.5% year-on-year
Source: National Bureau of Statistics Website release time: 2019-12-10
In November 2019, consumer prices across the country rose 4.5% year-on-year. Among them, cities rose 4.2%, rural areas 5.5%; food prices rose 19.1%, non-food prices rose 1.0%; consumer prices rose 6.5%, and service prices rose 1.2%. From January to November, the national consumer price rose by 2.8% over the same period last year.
In November, the national consumer price rose by 0.4% month-on-month. Among them, cities rose 0.3%, rural areas rose 0.5%; food prices rose 1.8%, non-food prices were flat; consumer goods prices rose 0.8%, and service prices fell 0.4%.
I. Year-on-year changes in prices of various goods and services
In November, the price of food, tobacco and alcohol increased by 13.9% year-on-year, which affected the CPI (residential consumer price index) by about 4.10 percentage points. In food, the price of livestock meat increased by 74.5%, which affected the CPI increase by about 3.27 percentage points, of which the price of pork increased by 110.2%, which affected the CPI increased by about 2.64 percentage points; the price of eggs increased by 10.1%, which affected the CPI by about 0.06 percentage points; fresh vegetables The price increase of 3.9% affects the CPI by about 0.09 percentage points; the price of aquatic products rises by 2.4% and the CPI increases by about 0.04 percentage points; the increase of food prices by 0.7% affects the CPI increase by about 0.01 percentage points; the price of fresh fruits decreases by 6.8% and affects the CPI A decrease of about 0.12 percentage points.
The prices of the other seven categories increased by six year-on-year and decreased. Among them, the prices of other supplies and services, medical care, education, culture and entertainment increased by 4.5%, 2.0%, and 1.7%, and the prices of clothing, housing, daily necessities and services increased by 1.1%, 0.4%, and 0.4% respectively; transportation and communication prices Down 2.8%.
Changes in the prices of various goods and services from the previous month
In November, the prices of food, tobacco and alcohol increased by 1.5% month-on-month, which affected the CPI by approximately 0.48 percentage points. In food, the price of livestock meat rose by 4.8%, which affected the CPI by about 0.34 percentage points, of which the price of pork rose by 3.8%, which affected the CPI by about 0.18 percentage points; the price of fresh vegetables rose by 1.4%, which affected the CPI by about 0.03 percentage points; the price of fresh fruits The decrease of 3.0% affects the CPI by approximately 0.05 percentage point; the price of aquatic products and eggs are both reduced by 0.5%, which affects the CPI by approximately 0.01 percentage point in total.
The prices of the other seven categories increased by two, followed by a flat and decreased. Among them, the prices of clothing and medical care increased by 0.3% and 0.1% respectively; the price of living flat; the prices of other supplies and services, education, culture and entertainment fell by 0.8% and 0.7% respectively; the prices of transportation and communications, daily necessities and services fell by 0.3% And 0.1%.
Main data of consumer prices in November 2019
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a measure of the relative changes in the price level of consumer goods and services over time, which comprehensively reflects the changes in the price level of consumer goods and services purchased by residents.
2. Statistical scope
The Consumer Price Statistics Survey covers 8 categories, 262 basic categories, including food, tobacco, alcohol, clothing, housing, daily necessities and services, transportation and communications, education, culture and entertainment, medical care, and other supplies and services. Prices of goods and services.
3. Survey method
A sampling survey method is used to determine the survey outlets, and in accordance with the principle of "fixing people, fixed points, and timing", directly send people to the survey outlets to collect the original prices. The data comes from more than 88,000 price survey points in 500 cities and counties in 31 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), including shopping malls (shops), supermarkets, farmers' markets, service outlets and Internet e-commerce.
4. Data description
Due to “rounding”, sometimes the total data is the same as the high or low value of the classification data.