Summary The CPI has risen by 8.3% over the past twelve months according to measurements and evaluation of Veritabus. The measurement uncertainty is 0.3% and is due to inaccuracies in the measurement of components. The increase is driven by increases in rents and calculated rents, food and fuel. Index components Veritabus forecasts the following changes in the index components between months
Veritabus price survey in May 2022 I. Summary The price of a food basket for a family of four increases by 3.1 percent between months. The basket of increases from October 2021 is 8.6 per cent, which is more than 2.6 per cent more than the change in the consumer price index during the same period. The uncertainty of the measurement is 1.5 percent. II. Basket Survey Veritabus examined the price of a shopping cart as
Veritabus checked prices last week at Króna, Nettó, Hagkaup and Heimkaup. I. Average increase in the price of individual stores On the basis of the ASÍ survey conducted in September 2021, the average increase in 101 was calculated in individual stores. The development of individual store indices is shown below: As can be seen in the table, Heimkaup has risen the most.
I. Summary The CPI has risen by 7.9% over the past twelve months according to measurements and evaluation of Veritabus. The measurement uncertainty is 0.3 percent, which is due to inaccuracies in the measurement of sub-items. The increase is driven by increases in rents and calculated rents, food and fuel. The increase in food prices between months is mainly due to the 5% increase
I. Summary The price of a food basket for a family of four has risen by 1.5 per cent between months. The recent increase in the basket. 6 months is 6.5 per cent, which is more than 3 per cent higher than the change in the consumer price index during the same period. The uncertainty in the measurement is 2.5 percent, which is due to volatility in the food market in recent weeks. II.
Over-the-counter medicines seem to have fallen in recent months. Veritabus conducted a price survey last week at the three pharmacies / chains that have online stores. The development of the price index in these pharmacies is shown below, but is based on older price surveys that have been made public: To measure price changes a shopping cart consisting of 68 over-the-counter medicines available everywhere. The average price of the basket
Arev has for years analyzed price surveys for companies, institutions and NGOs. Diagnostic tools have been developed that are well suited for this type of analysis. Above you can see the results from a recent ASÍ survey of over-the-counter medicines and other products in pharmacies. The app has four analysis units: 1) Comparison of individual stores and analysis of the largest differences