German EU-harmonised consumer prices up 9.3% y/y in February


BERLIN (Reuters) – German consumer prices, harmonised to compare with other European Union countries, rose by 9.3% on the year in February, the federal statistics office said on Friday, confirming preliminary data.

Compared with January, prices rose by 1.0%, the office added.

The statistics office offers a breakdown for February on its website.

(Reporting by Rachel More; Editing by Paul Carrel)