The cost-of-living index 1951:10 =100 is a long time series calculated from the latest consumer price index (currently consumer price index 2000 = 100) and its development, therefore, follows the consumer price index. Many rents, such as those on dwellings, business premises or land, are usually tied to the cost-of-living index. From the users point, the cost-of-living index is the most usable one, because index revisions do not interrupt the series and the point figures of the cost-of-living index are published monthly at the same time as the consumer price index.
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The statistical data released before 5.4.2022 can be found on the archive pages of the statistics.Go to the archive page