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CONSUMER PRICE INDEX

JUNE / 2006

No. 6

Official Statistics. Reproduction of these data is allowed provided the source is quoted.

Statistics and Census Service

17th floor, “Dynasty Plaza” Bldg., 411-417 Alameda Dr. Carlos d’Assumpção, Macao Tel: 3995311 Fax: 307825 Printed in July 2006

E-mail: info@dsec.gov.mo Homepage: http://www.dsec.gov.mo

Starting from January 2006, the CPI has been rebased to July 2004 to June 2005. The Composite CPI reflects the impacts of price changes for the general population. The CPI-A relates to about 49% of households, which had an average monthly expenditure of MOP 3,000 to MOP 9,999; the CPI-B relates to about 31% of households, which had an average monthly expenditure of MOP 10,000 to MOP 19,999.

The Composite CPI for June 2006 was 108.62, up by 0.43% over May. The increment was caused by the increase in the price indices of Food & non-alcoholic beverages and Transport; however, the impacts were offset by the decrease in the price index of Communication.

Compared with May 2006, the indices of Food & non-alcoholic beverages; Transport; and Recreation & culture rose by 1.65%, 0.99% and 0.52% respectively. The increments were driven by dearer prices of vegetables after heavy rain and typhoon, rising gasoline prices on account of surging international oil prices and the ascending charges for outbound package tours near the Summer holiday period.

On the other hand, discount changes for international long-distance call (IDD) and lower LP gas prices led to decrease in the indices of Communication (-3.12%) and Housing & fuels (-0.13%) .

The Composite CPI for June 2006 registered a year-on-year increase of 5.71%. Average Composite CPI for the first half year went up by 5.80% compared with the same period of 2005. For the 12 months ended June 2006, the average Composite CPI increased by 5.54% over the previous period. Composite CPI for the second quarter of 2006 rose by 6.11%

over the same quarter of last year, with notable increase in the indices of Housing & fuels (+13.71%) and Education (+9.31%).

In addition, the CPI-A and CPI-B for June 2006 were 109.66 and 108.32, up by 0.51% and 0.37% respectively compared with May.

TABLE 1 - CONSUMER PRICE INDEX FOR JUNE 2006

7/2004 - 6/2005 = 100 Unit Composite CPI CPI-A CPI-B Index of the current month 108.62 109.66 108.32

Annual rate of change ended June 2006 % 5.54 6.00 5.25

Month-to-month rate of change % 0.43 0.51 0.37

Year-on-year rate of change % 5.71 6.54 5.44

Index of the 2

nd

quarter 108.11 109.06 107.85

Quarter-to-quarter rate of change % 1.43 1.56 1.40

Year-on-year rate of change % 6.11 6.85 5.83

CHART 1 - MONTHLY RATE OF CHANGE OF THE COMPOSITE CPI BY SECTION

Overall index +0.43%

Food and non-alcoholic beverages 1.65

Transport 0.99

Recreation and culture 0.52 Clothing and footwear 0.31 Health 0.17 Household goods and furnishings 0.08

Communication -3.12 Housing and fuels -0.13 Miscellaneous goods and services -0.01

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CONSUMER PRICE INDEX JUNE / 2006 DSEC No.6

TABLE 2 - TIME SERIES OF THE COMPOSITE CPI

7/2004 - 6/2005 = 100

Year/

Month

Overall index

Food and non- alcoholic beverages

Alcoholic beverages

and tobacco

Clothing and footwear

Housing and fuels

Household goods and furnishings

Health Transport Communi- cation

Recreation and culture

Education

Miscel- laneous

goods and services

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Weight 100.00 29.05 1.04 4.70 21.81 2.95 3.07 7.05 4.74 5.97 11.12 8.51

2005

6 102.75 103.91 100.16 104.64 107.81 101.01 100.02 101.22 98.69 100.45 98.45 98.56 7 103.42 104.55 100.21 103.50 109.08 100.99 100.00 101.92 98.69 102.86 98.54 98.44 8 103.89 103.68 100.14 102.04 111.33 101.10 99.98 103.55 98.69 103.89 98.54 98.73 9 104.88 104.30 100.03 100.67 112.07 101.03 100.10 102.88 98.68 102.52 107.61 99.08 10 105.30 104.25 104.31 100.83 113.23 101.08 100.21 103.21 98.68 102.41 107.61 99.57 11 105.31 103.69 104.31 101.91 114.01 101.15 100.09 102.10 98.68 101.88 107.61 99.76 12 105.76 104.14 104.34 102.47 114.54 101.25 101.01 103.10 98.67 102.01 107.61 100.40

2006

1 106.37 105.01 104.64 99.82 115.42 101.23 101.15 103.96 98.81 103.75 107.61 101.79 2 106.76 105.72 104.64 97.82 117.74 102.10 101.30 103.28 98.76 101.66 107.61 100.77 3 106.63 105.50 104.75 96.87 118.53 102.18 101.47 103.60 94.45 101.01 107.61 100.94 4 107.55 106.44 104.72 98.71 120.18 102.20 101.51 105.45 94.10 102.49 107.62 100.93 5 108.16 106.92 104.74 100.58 121.04 102.25 101.73 105.96 97.66 101.35 107.62 101.47 6 108.62 108.68 104.74 100.89 120.89 102.33 101.90 107.01 94.62 101.88 107.62 101.47

TABLE 3 – CHANGES OF THE COMPOSITE CPI, CPI-A AND CPI-B AT SECTION LEVEL

%

Rates of change

Jan.-Jun. 2006/

Jan.-Jun. 2005 Jun. 2006/ Jun. 2005 Jun. 2006/ May 2006

Rate of change to the overall index Goods and services

Com- posite

CPI

CPI-A CPI-B Com- posite CPI

CPI-A CPI-B Com- posite CPI

CPI-A CPI-B Com- posite

CPI

CPI-A CPI-B

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Overall index 5.80 6.44 5.51 5.71 6.54 5.44 0.43 0.51 0.37 100.00 100.00 100.00 Food and non-alcoholic beverages 3.70 3.77 3.75 4.59 4.91 4.51 1.65 2.19 1.37 110.93 137.36 110.56 Alcoholic beverages and tobacco 4.57 4.71 4.62 4.56 4.71 4.62 o o o -0.01 0.01 -0.01 Clothing anf footwear -4.00 -4.57 -3.75 -3.59 -3.94 -3.58 0.31 0.01 0.31 3.14 0.05 3.94 Housing and fuels 13.55 12.86 13.51 12.13 12.08 12.18 -0.13 -0.28 -0.11 -7.16 -15.79 -7.05 Household goods and furnishings 1.26 1.28 1.26 1.30 1.48 1.31 0.08 0.12 0.12 0.54 0.29 0.80

Health 1.63 1.88 1.80 1.88 2.19 2.04 0.17 0.20 0.19 1.16 1.03 1.38 Transport 3.38 3.22 4.35 5.72 5.19 6.40 0.99 0.85 1.01 15.95 7.74 17.87 Communication -2.32 -2.53 -2.25 -4.12 -4.58 -3.86 -3.12 -3.53 -2.78 -31.26 -31.52 -33.24 Recreation and culture 0.92 1.95 0.83 1.42 2.66 0.76 0.52 0.07 0.43 6.83 0.58 6.30

Education 9.31 10.60 7.97 9.31 10.60 7.97 - - - -

Miscellaneous goods and services 2.09 1.44 2.06 2.94 1.99 3.07 -0.01 0.02 -0.02 -0.11 0.24 -0.55 - Absolute value equals zero

o

Result is less than half of the unit employed

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TABLE 4 - TIME SERIES OF CPI-A

7/2004 - 6/2005 = 100

Year/

Month

Overall index

Food and non- alcoholic beverages

Alcoholic beverages

and tobacco

Clothing and footwear

Housing and fuels

Household goods and furnishings

Health Transport Communi- cation

Recreation and culture

Education

Miscel- laneous goods

and services

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Weight 100.00 32.83 1.34 2.93 26.07 1.33 2.76 4.82 5.12 4.41 12.88 5.50

2005

6 102.93 104.01 100.31 104.16 107.12 100.96 99.93 101.23 98.76 100.24 97.76 99.52 7 103.71 104.75 100.37 102.94 108.49 101.01 99.91 101.79 98.76 103.22 97.79 99.42 8 104.13 103.67 100.29 101.50 110.96 101.22 99.89 103.06 98.76 103.68 97.79 99.51 9 105.64 104.42 100.16 100.16 111.61 101.15 100.04 102.97 98.75 103.16 108.12 99.83 10 106.07 104.34 104.57 100.24 112.80 101.18 100.17 103.06 98.75 103.07 108.12 100.05 11 105.98 103.62 104.57 101.16 113.40 101.34 100.14 102.16 98.75 102.68 108.12 100.11 12 106.40 104.07 104.61 101.87 114.00 101.51 101.10 102.70 98.75 102.68 108.12 100.37

2006

1 106.96 104.81 104.93 99.17 114.75 101.55 101.30 103.52 98.93 103.79 108.12 102.00 2 107.69 105.60 104.93 97.25 117.19 101.95 101.42 102.86 98.90 103.00 108.12 100.97 3 107.52 105.31 105.05 96.16 117.93 102.11 101.63 103.34 94.00 102.68 108.12 101.05 4 108.44 106.28 105.01 98.51 119.59 102.16 101.65 105.05 93.79 103.22 108.13 101.09 5 109.10 106.77 105.04 100.05 120.39 102.34 101.90 105.59 97.68 102.83 108.13 101.48 6 109.66 109.12 105.04 100.05 120.05 102.46 102.11 106.49 94.24 102.90 108.13 101.50

TABLE 5 - TIME SERIES OF CPI-B

7/2004 - 6/2005 = 100

Year/

Month

Overall index

Food and non- alcoholic beverages

Alcoholic beverages

and tobacco

Clothing and footwear

Housing and fuels

Household goods and furnishings

Health Transport Communi- cation

Recreation and culture

Education

Miscel- laneous goods

and services

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Weight 100.00 30.24 1.01 5.03 20.49 2.68 2.85 6.58 4.92 5.82 11.20 9.18

2005

6 102.73 103.82 100.19 104.02 107.62 101.06 99.98 102.02 98.55 101.12 98.84 98.56 7 103.37 104.42 100.23 102.91 108.95 100.95 99.97 102.75 98.56 103.18 98.94 98.45 8 103.83 103.63 100.17 101.62 111.26 101.08 99.95 104.45 98.56 104.34 98.94 98.73 9 104.73 104.21 100.08 100.43 111.99 101.02 100.08 104.66 98.54 102.76 106.71 99.06 10 105.12 104.17 104.40 100.66 113.14 101.10 100.19 104.52 98.54 102.76 106.71 99.59 11 105.13 103.72 104.40 101.72 113.89 101.16 100.13 103.35 98.54 102.19 106.71 99.79 12 105.54 104.16 104.43 102.29 114.42 101.28 101.19 103.75 98.54 102.15 106.71 100.47

2006

1 106.17 105.11 104.74 99.63 115.28 101.30 101.30 104.66 98.51 104.03 106.71 101.91 2 106.52 105.81 104.74 97.48 117.60 102.06 101.45 104.14 98.45 101.95 106.71 100.83 3 106.41 105.63 104.83 96.60 118.39 102.17 101.59 104.65 94.63 101.24 106.71 101.00 4 107.32 106.57 104.80 98.24 120.08 102.20 101.64 106.76 94.28 102.59 106.72 101.00 5 107.91 107.04 104.83 99.98 120.87 102.26 101.83 107.46 97.46 101.46 106.72 101.61 6 108.32 108.50 104.82 100.29 120.73 102.38 102.02 108.55 94.75 101.89 106.72 101.59

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CONSUMER PRICE INDEX JUNE / 2006 DSEC No.6

TABLE 6 - AVERAGE RETAIL PRICES OF SELECTED FOOD ITEMS

MOP

Average retail prices

2005 2006 Items Unit

June January February March April May June

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Rice

Rice – Thailand (pre-packaged,

ordinary) kg 5.92 6.01 6.01 6.01 6.06 6.06 6.09

Fresh beef

Beef kg 38.72 39.20 39.35 40.14 40.28 40.16 40.14

Shin beef kg 37.78 38.72 39.20 40.14 40.40 40.65 40.61 Fresh pork

Lean meat kg 34.95 34.95 34.87 34.76 34.53 34.47 34.47 Pork chop kg 35.89 35.89 35.79 36.13 35.30 35.18 35.18 Live poultry

Chicken kg 26.39 26.56 26.74 26.45 26.45 26.45 26.48 Fresh salt-water fish

Golden thread kg 29.49 33.65 33.91 33.81 33.32 31.74 34.65 Promfret kg 89.47 64.41 64.19 82.58 78.63 87.01 80.94

Sole kg 75.70 64.38 65.77 54.99 58.56 57.40 61.37

Fresh fresh-water fish

Grass carp kg 20.02 21.15 21.57 20.23 20.90 20.68 20.53 Head of “Tai U” kg 35.42 37.96 39.07 36.98 36.86 35.89 35.42 Fresh-water perch kg 45.00 52.74 53.36 52.44 47.47 48.36 48.32 Egg

Hen egg each 0.69 0.70 0.70 0.71 0.71 0.71 0.71

Fruit

Orange each 2.86 3.01 3.05 3.10 3.25 3.20 3.25

Banana kg 6.59 6.76 7.00 6.58 6.54 6.64 6.82

Apple each 2.21 2.56 2.69 2.56 2.67 2.57 3.01

Vegetable

Chinese cabbage kg 10.02 6.57 7.54 7.53 8.52 9.03 11.84 Choy sum kg 13.95 8.63 9.23 9.42 9.61 10.55 17.33 Chinese lettuce kg 9.98 6.15 5.79 5.81 6.90 8.36 11.32 Hairy gourd kg 6.88 7.67 8.05 7.35 7.13 6.71 8.00

Tomato kg 8.05 7.64 7.82 7.60 7.30 7.43 8.03

Carrot kg 7.53 7.00 7.34 6.89 6.49 7.46 8.28

a. No imports were recorded during the period.

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CHART 3 - MOVEMENTS OF CPI-A

CHART 4 - MOVEMENTS OF CPI-B

-1.00

0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00

June 2005 August October December February 2006 April June

% Month-to-month rate of change

Year-on-year rate of change

-1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00

June 2005 August October December February 2006 April June

%

Month-to-month rate of change Year-on-year rate of change

-1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00

June 2005 August October December February 2006 April June

% Month-to-month rate of change

Year-on-year rate of change

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CONSUMER PRICE INDEX JUNE / 2006 DSEC No.6

TABLE 7 – QUARTER-TO-QUARTER RATE OF CHANGE OF THE COMPOSITE CPI

7/2004 - 6/2005 = 100

Year/

Quarter

Overall index

Food and non- alcoholic beverages

Alcoholic beverages

and tobacco

Clothing and footwear

Housing and fuels

Household goods and furnishings

Health Transport Communi- cation

Recreation and culture

Education

Miscel- laneous

goods and services

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Weight 100.00 29.05 1.04 4.70 21.81 2.95 3.07 7.05 4.74 5.97 11.12 8.51

2005

2 101.88 102.91 100.14 102.96 106.14 100.96 99.97 101.36 98.68 100.14 98.45 98.70 3 104.06 104.18 100.13 102.07 110.83 101.04 100.03 102.78 98.68 103.09 101.57 98.75 4 105.46 104.03 104.32 101.74 113.93 101.16 100.44 102.80 98.67 102.10 107.61 99.91

2006

1 106.59 105.41 104.68 98.17 117.23 101.84 101.31 103.61 97.34 102.14 107.61 101.17 2 108.11 107.35 104.73 100.06 120.70 102.26 101.71 106.14 95.46 101.90 107.62 101.29 Rate of

change

(%)

Quarter-to- quarter

1.43 1.84 0.05 1.92 2.96 0.41 0.40 2.44 -1.93 -0.23 0.01 0.12 Year-on-

year 6.11 4.32 4.59 -2.82 13.71 1.28 1.74 4.71 -3.27 1.76 9.31 2.62

o Result is less than half of the unit employed

The following statistical tables can be downloaded from our website

1G - Time series of the Composite CPI at section level 1A - Time series of CPI-A at section level

1B - Time series of CPI-B at section level

2G - Month-to-month rate of change of the Composite CPI at section level 2A - Month-to-month rate of change of CPI-A at section level

2B - Month-to-month rate of change of CPI-B at section level

3G - Year-on-year rate of change of the Composite CPI at section level 3A - Year-on-year rate of change of CPI-A at section level

3B - Year-on-year rate of change of CPI-B at section level

4G - Annual rate of change of the average Composite CPI at section level 4A - Annual rate of change of the average CPI-A at section level

4B - Annual rate of change of the average CPI-B at section level 5G - Movements of the Composite CPI at section level

5A - Movements of CPI-A at section level 5B - Movements of CPI-B at section level

6G - Index and rate of change of the Composite CPI at section, class, group and principal subgroup levels

6A - Index and rate of change of CPI-A at section, class, group and principal subgroup levels 6B - Index and rate of change of CPI-B at section, class, group and principal subgroup levels 7 - Average retail prices of selected food items

8G - Quarter-to-quarter rate of change of the Composite CPI at section level 8A - Quarter-to-quarter rate of change of CPI-A at section level

8B - Quarter-to-quarter rate of change of CPI-B at section level

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