Which sectors are most affected by rising prices due to inflation? Which are the Italian cities where living is more expensive? The National Union of Consumers compiled a list of the municipalities with the most significant price increases, with an increase of 6.4%, based on Istat’s June data regarding the consumer price index.
Topping the ranking of Italian cities, genova It has the highest inflation with a rate of 8.2%. This means an increase in spending of 1,800 euros per year for an average family made up of 3-4 people. To the heirWith an increase in spending equivalent to 1,714 euros per year, inflation is 6.5%, while immediately behind with +6.3% Milano (1,710 Euros more per year for the average family).
While continuing to drive significant cost increases, a Grosseto The fourth step is reserved for an increase of 1,691 euros (+7.5%). Soon after, we come lodi (1,650 euros, +6.5%), where the increase in cost is commendable. Next, we get Perugia (1,585 euros, +6.9%), with an increase in spending that reflects an increasing inflationary trend. Too Siena (1,578 euros, +7%) must be mentioned among cities with a significant impact on the cost of living.
The top ten places in this ranking have seen the biggest increase in spending Alexandria (1,533 euros, +6.9%), where there is a considerable increase with the same dynamics as Perugia, and from Lucca (1,533 Euro), where the average inflation rate is +6.8%, showing a similar but slightly higher implicit trend compared to other cities.
Overall, the ranking of the top 10 cities is as follows:
- Genoa: 1853 Euro
- Heir: 1714 Euro
- Milan: 1710 Euro
- Grosseto: 1691 Euro
- Louds: 1650 Euro
- Perugia: 1585 Euro
- Siena: 1578 Euro
- Alexandria: 1533 Euro
- Lucca: 1533 Euro
least expensive city
On the other side of the coin, these are the realities of cities least affected by inflation Power (+3.5%), where the annual increase in spending for an average household is 691 euros. Continuing, we get catanzarowhere an increase of +4.3% was recorded (equivalent to an increase of 803 Euros), and immediately after regio Calabria With an increase of 1% (corresponding to an increase of 878 euros).
Top the ranking of Italian regions with “heavy” spending Liguria Highest prices in Italy, with an annual inflation of 7.9%. In this area, each household experiences an average increase in expenditure of about 1630 Euros on an annual basis. it’s second l’umbria, where a 6.7% price increase translates into an increase in cost of living equivalent to 1513 Euros per year. is in third place LombardyWith an inflation rate of 7.2% and an annual increase in expenditure of 1507 euros.
status in 2023
Compared to the first months of 2023, there is a slowdown in inflation. This does not necessarily mean a reduction in prices, but a slower rise. The inflation index as measured by Istat for the month of July 2023 is around 5.9% (compared to 6.4% in June), while core inflation (excluding food and energy) is 5.2%. To find similar values, you have to go back to April 2022.
The data relating to the month of August, which will be provisionally calculated by ISTAT in the first days of September, may be affected by abnormal fluctuations. This is because the data may be affected by prices during the holiday period, with increases in the prices of flights, fuel and possible price increases at accommodation facilities and tourist attractions in general.