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Consumer prices rose 9.1 percent in the year ended June 2022, the biggest rise in 40 years.

July 18, 2022

In the 12 months ending June 2022, the consumer price index for all urban consumers increased by 9.1 percent. The 9.1 percent increase in the all-items index was the largest 12-month increase since the 12-month period ending November 1981.


























Consumer price index for all urban consumers, 12-month change, by expenditure category, June 2022
Cost class 12-month percent change, June. 2021–June. 2022 The highest percentage change before June 2022 Previous largest percentage change month

All things

9.1% 9.6% November 1981

food

10.4 10.5 February 1981

Food at home

12.2 12.3 April 1979

Food from home

7.7 8.0 November 1981

strength

41.6 43.5 April 1980

Fuel oils and other fuels

70.4 58.8 April 2022

Motor fuel (including gasoline, all types)

60.2 68.2 March 1980

electricity

13.7 14.8 April 2006

Utility (piped) gas service

38.4 45.3 October 2005

All items are low food and energy

5.9 5.5 December 2021

Home Furnishings and Supplies

10.2 10.6 April 2022

clothing

5.2 5.4 April 2022

New vehicles

11.4 11.1 November 2021

Used Cars and Trucks

7.1 4.0 August 2020

Motor vehicle parts and accessories

14.9 14.5 April 2022

Medical care goods

3.2 3.7 July 2017

Entertainment goods

4.5 4.7 March. 2022

Education and communication goods

-5.7 -4.0 April 2022

Services are low energy services

5.5 5.5 May-91

Asylum

5.6 5.9 February 1991

Medical care services

4.8 4.9 September 2020

Transportation services

8.8 10.4 June. 2021

Entertainment services

4.7 4.4 April 2022

Food prices rose 10.4 percent in the 12 months ending June 2022, the biggest increase since February 1981. Food prices at home rose 12.2 percent over the past 12 months, the biggest increase since April 1979. Food prices outside the home rose 7.7 percent, the biggest 12-month change since November 1981.

Energy prices rose 41.6 percent from last year, the biggest 12-month increase since April 1980. In the energy category, motor fuel prices (which include all types of gasoline) increased by 60.2 percent over the year. Gasoline prices rose 59.9 percent, the largest 12-month increase since March 1980. Electricity prices rose 13.7 percent, the biggest 12-month increase since April 2006. Natural gas (piped utility gas) prices rose 38.4 percent in the 12 months ending June 2022, the largest increase since October 2005.

New vehicle prices rose 11.4 percent over the year, used cars and trucks rose 7.1 percent, while motor vehicle parts and equipment prices rose 14.9 percent.

These data are from the Consumer Price Index program and are not seasonally adjusted. To know more, see “Consumer Price Index — June 2022”. Also see more charts related to the latest Consumer Price Index news release.

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