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Price review early 2022 – CVBJ

Inflation Prices close the year out of control: the IPC climbs 6.7% in December Markets The Ibex 35 climbs 7.9% but ends as the most lagged stock market in a year of records in the markets in 2021

The year 2022 begins with Increase in regulated petrol prices, the motorway toll and on postage stamps, with the price of the easy outlier on the wholesale market and also with that Increase in registration tax, which make most new cars more expensive.

In terms of housing prices, the real estate market was stressed in 2021 and the industry suggests that it has become between 3 and 4% more expensive. Its development in 2022 will remain in anticipation of the Housing Act, which arouses skepticism among experts, as it could not control it, but trigger it.

Fuels will start the year a long way from late November highs after being five weeks behind, although they will end with a 25% increase in gasoline and 27% in diesel in 2021, while tariffs at airports remain frozen and none major increases made are expected in Eurobor.

The changes are made in connection with an increase in civil servants’ salaries by 2% and an increase in pensions by 2.5% as well as an increase in Iprem by 2% to up to 579.02 euros per month and an increase in the self-employed quota.

The minimum wage is set at 965 euros and the CPI closed 2021 with an increase of 6.7%, the highest level since 1992.

The price of electricity remains high

In the case of electricity, the futures markets indicate that the wholesale price for electricity (“pool”), which has a direct effect on the consumption of households in the regulated tariff (PVPC), will continue to be over 300 euros per megawatt hour (MWh) at the beginning of 2022.

In terms of the fixed portion of the electricity bill, government-set fees – which include renewable energy premiums or paying off electricity system debts – will be reduced by more than 30%. January compared to early 2021, but lower than the 96% decrease made in the second half of the year due to the upward spiral in the pool. On the other hand, the tolls set by the National Commission on Markets and Competition (CNMC), which are used to pay for the networks, will show an average decrease of 4.6%.

Yet, The electricity tax cuts decided in the second half of the year will be expanded, such as VAT from 21% to 10% and the special electricity tax from 5.1% to 0.5% – By  -ril 30th – or abolition of the 7% tax on production – by March 31st -.

Regarding the natural gas, the regulated rates for consumers covered by the Last Resort Rate (TUR) will be increased by at least 5.48% from January 1, 2022 after the government takes measures to limit the impact of the rise in raw material costs which would have meant an increase in the annual accounts of more than 83%.

Specifically, at TUR 1 with an annual consumption of less than 5,000 kilowatt hours (kWh), the annual bill will increase by 5.48%, whereas without the limit it would have increased by 83.62%. Likewise, in TUR 2, with an annual consumption between 5,000 kWh and 15,000 kWh, the annual bill will increase by 6.78%, below the 103 percent that would have increased without the 15 percent limit.

While, the fuels They will start a long way from late November highs in 2022, after five weeks of decline, but with an increase of 25% for gasoline and 27% for diesel throughout 2021, according to the bulletin’s data. EU tanker.

At the expense of the Housing Act

On the real estate market, the Housing Act, which will be presented to the Council of Ministers in 2022, is due this year. Its adoption according to the parliamentary procedure is expected in the second semester.

Real estate experts believe that executive action will have the opposite effect and instead of controlling house prices, especially rents, they will skyrocket. As a matter of fact, New and used  -artments will close 4.3% more expensive in 2021Tinsa said, while Idealista points out that used homes have increased 2.8% in the past 12 months.

In addition, there are rising material costs, which lead to price increases for new buildings, as well as delivery delays.

Toll increase by 1.97%

January 2022, the current tariffs for state highways will be increased by 1.97% to bring them in line with the CPI, the Department of Transportation announced.

Unusual, four motorways will also be raisedwho have favourited  –7 Alicante-Cartagena (2.99%); the  –9 Ferrol-Portugal (2.99%); the  –46 Alto de las Pedrizas-Mlaga (2.99%) and the  –6 Villalba-Adanero (2.84%).

The government has confirmed that Airport charges will be frozen in 2022, Therefore, they will remain at pre-pandemic levels to further boost economic recovery and, in particular, the tourism sector.

Traffic in Madrid coll -ses and stays in Barcelona

The Autonomous Community of Madrid has reduced the price of the ticket for users over 65 from 6.3 euros to 3.3 euros in 2022, the new annual tariff is 33 euros.

On the other hand, the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Transport Authority (ATM) agreed on December 22nd to keep the public transport tariffs in the Barcelona area for 2022.

With the purchase of a car, the monthly invoice for the driver will be charged from January 1, 2022 when the new registration tax, expel them from the sector.

The entry into force of the the WLTP emissions standard affect half of the current supply of cars for sale, as well as the lack of “inventory” with a “lively” demand that causes prices to rise in parallel with the decline in discounts. An estimated 40% of new cars are between 200 and 1,000 euros more expensive, depending on the model and emissions.

Stamps up 7%

Correos has increased the price of stamps required to send standardized letters and postcards weighing up to twenty grams to national destinations by 7% by 2022.

The price is now 0.75 euros, which corresponds to an increase of five cents, a price that will  -ply from this Saturday, January 1st.

No forecast of large increases in the euro

The Eurobor, the index to which most Spanish mortgage loans refer, is around -0.502% in December, a significant decrease from -0.487% in November.

For the first few months of 2022, iAhorro believes that stability could continue to be “the dominant note”, as the European Central Bank (ECB) does not intend to raise interest rates in the short term. The numbers for are expected to be between -0.3 and -0.5%.

Increase in the freelancer rate

The contributions of the self-employed to social security will increase from January 1, depending on the contribution basis, by around 5 to 21 euros per month, according to the budget law stating for 2022, as well as the highest contribution rates that the group has to assume.

The minimum contribution basis for the self-employed is 960.60 euros per month in 2022, while the maximum base has been increased from EUR 4,070.10 to EUR 4,139.4.

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