Import price index

Import price index total market
3rd Quarter 2022
125.4
Gone up +4.3 % vs. 2nd Quarter 2022
Import price index Euro area
3rd Quarter 2022
120.4
Gone up +2.1 % vs. 2nd Quarter 2022
Import price index Non-Euro area
3rd Quarter 2022
131.7
Gone up +6.8 % vs. 2nd Quarter 2022

The import price index measures the average price trends for goods imported from abroad. The price measurement relates to the import price. It includes the foreign ex works price, the trade margin, and the insurance and transport costs between the production site abroad and the border to the country of importation, but does not contain import duties (turnover tax on imports, customs duties, currency adjustment amounts).

The import price index is an instrument for measuring price trends from foreign markets and thus represents a key indicator for estimating the influences of prices from abroad on domestic inflation trends. In addition to general economic and business cycle analysis, the import price index is used by many market participants as a guide when monitoring the market. In addition, an import price index is used to deflate the external balance of goods and services in national accounts.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, Import price index. Created on 14 November 2022. – The index level of the last published period is preliminary.

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