National Consumer Price Indices (CPIs) by COICOP divisions

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Source

Source

Data Characteristics

Data Characteristics

Unit of measure used

Unit of measure used

CPIs: Index (2010 = 100), National Index, Percentage change on the same period of the previous year, Percentage change from previous period

CPI weights: Per thousand of the National CPI Total

Contribution to annual inflation: percentage points

CPI weights: Per thousand of the National CPI Total

Contribution to annual inflation: percentage points

Date last updated

Date last updated

14/08/2018 03:46:06

Population & Scope

Population & Scope

Statistical population

Statistical population

The 'National Consumer Price Indices (CPIs) by COICOP Divisions' dataset contains national CPIs, national CPI weights, contributions to annual inflation and associated statistical methodological information. The aim is to progressively expand it in order to eventually cover all OECD countries.

This dataset is the result of a joint OECD-IMF data collection of National CPIs at a detailed level according to the COICOP classification.

This dataset is the result of a joint OECD-IMF data collection of National CPIs at a detailed level according to the COICOP classification.

Concepts & Classifications

Concepts & Classifications

Key statistical concept

Key statistical concept

National CPIs are available at the most aggregate level: CPI All Items (COICOP 01-12) and with a breakdown in 12 COICOP Divisions. Data are available at a monthly frequency for all countries except for Australia and New Zealand for which they are available at a quarterly frequency.

The annual expenditure weights are also available for the 12 COICOP Divisions (except Australia). Weights are defined as the proportion of total household expenditure spent on a given product during the weight reference period. The weights reported under year 'y-1' are those used for the computation of CPIs in year 'y' (e.g. the weights reported for the year 2014 are those used for the computation of CPIs in 2015).

The contributions to annual inflation are also available for the 12 COICOP Divisions (except Australia). They show how much each of the COICOP Divisions contributes to the annual inflation. All data are calculated by the OECD following the Ribe formula. However, data for Austria, Chile, Finland, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, United-Kingdom are directly calculated by the National Statistical Offices.

The annual expenditure weights are also available for the 12 COICOP Divisions (except Australia). Weights are defined as the proportion of total household expenditure spent on a given product during the weight reference period. The weights reported under year 'y-1' are those used for the computation of CPIs in year 'y' (e.g. the weights reported for the year 2014 are those used for the computation of CPIs in 2015).

The contributions to annual inflation are also available for the 12 COICOP Divisions (except Australia). They show how much each of the COICOP Divisions contributes to the annual inflation. All data are calculated by the OECD following the Ribe formula. However, data for Austria, Chile, Finland, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, United-Kingdom are directly calculated by the National Statistical Offices.

CPIs: Index (2010 = 100), National Index, Percentage change on the same period of the previous year, Percentage change from previous period

CPI weights: Per thousand of the National CPI Total

Contribution to annual inflation: percentage points

CPI weights: Per thousand of the National CPI Total

Contribution to annual inflation: percentage points

14/08/2018 03:46:06

The 'National Consumer Price Indices (CPIs) by COICOP Divisions' dataset contains national CPIs, national CPI weights, contributions to annual inflation and associated statistical methodological information. The aim is to progressively expand it in order to eventually cover all OECD countries.

This dataset is the result of a joint OECD-IMF data collection of National CPIs at a detailed level according to the COICOP classification.

This dataset is the result of a joint OECD-IMF data collection of National CPIs at a detailed level according to the COICOP classification.

National CPIs are available at the most aggregate level: CPI All Items (COICOP 01-12) and with a breakdown in 12 COICOP Divisions. Data are available at a monthly frequency for all countries except for Australia and New Zealand for which they are available at a quarterly frequency.

The annual expenditure weights are also available for the 12 COICOP Divisions (except Australia). Weights are defined as the proportion of total household expenditure spent on a given product during the weight reference period. The weights reported under year 'y-1' are those used for the computation of CPIs in year 'y' (e.g. the weights reported for the year 2014 are those used for the computation of CPIs in 2015).

The contributions to annual inflation are also available for the 12 COICOP Divisions (except Australia). They show how much each of the COICOP Divisions contributes to the annual inflation. All data are calculated by the OECD following the Ribe formula. However, data for Austria, Chile, Finland, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, United-Kingdom are directly calculated by the National Statistical Offices.

The annual expenditure weights are also available for the 12 COICOP Divisions (except Australia). Weights are defined as the proportion of total household expenditure spent on a given product during the weight reference period. The weights reported under year 'y-1' are those used for the computation of CPIs in year 'y' (e.g. the weights reported for the year 2014 are those used for the computation of CPIs in 2015).

The contributions to annual inflation are also available for the 12 COICOP Divisions (except Australia). They show how much each of the COICOP Divisions contributes to the annual inflation. All data are calculated by the OECD following the Ribe formula. However, data for Austria, Chile, Finland, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, United-Kingdom are directly calculated by the National Statistical Offices.