Consumption growth by country: the latest data

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The percent change in Household Consumption from the same quarter last year.



Countries Latest value Reference Three months ago One year ago
Albania 6.84 Q1 / 2024 6.97 8.20
Algeria 12.82 Q4 / 2023 8.74 11.48
Argentina 245.90 Q1 / 2024 165.74 108.94
Armenia 3.70 Q1 / 2024 7.56 12.61
Australia 5.88 Q1 / 2024 5.47 10.80
Austria 5.04 Q1 / 2024 5.84 10.81
Azerbaijan 4.29 Q1 / 2024 3.67 16.95
Bahamas 0.75 Q4 / 2023 3.99 15.56
Belarus 17.89 Q1 / 2024 14.32 12.62
Belgium 3.03 Q1 / 2024 3.41 10.82
Bermuda 4.22 Q3 / 2023 6.27 5.97
Bolivia 6.07 Q4 / 2023 3.51 5.43
Bosnia and Herzegovina 5.50 Q1 / 2024 13.02 17.06
Botswana 5.44 Q1 / 2024 10.23 14.01
Brazil 7.93 Q1 / 2024 6.95 10.60
Brunei 7.53 Q1 / 2024 1.20 16.50
Bulgaria 6.43 Q1 / 2024 4.42 19.10
Cameroon 15.19 Q2 / 2023 8.56 6.80
Canada 5.04 Q1 / 2024 4.52 8.23
Cape Verde 15.38 Q1 / 2024 5.18 25.15
Chile 4.21 Q1 / 2024 2.40 1.97
Colombia 5.30 Q1 / 2024 6.78 16.53
Costa Rica 2.78 Q1 / 2024 3.85 9.20
Croatia 10.33 Q1 / 2024 10.62 13.16
Cyprus 5.78 Q1 / 2024 5.80 12.54
Czechia 4.53 Q1 / 2024 5.17 7.42
Denmark 0.95 Q1 / 2024 2.92 7.52
Dominican Republic 6.84 Q1 / 2024 8.34 9.13
Ecuador 0.46 Q1 / 2024 -0.47 4.83
Egypt 52.93 Q4 / 2023 39.46 19.80
Estonia 3.48 Q1 / 2024 5.60 14.07
Euro area 3.78 Q1 / 2024 5.01 10.39
Finland 1.85 Q1 / 2024 2.19 8.47
France 4.57 Q1 / 2024 5.96 9.94
Georgia 21.55 Q1 / 2024 7.11 6.04
Germany 2.92 Q1 / 2024 4.01 8.11
Ghana 33.01 Q4 / 2023 45.43 41.15
Greece 6.90 Q1 / 2024 5.79 9.00
Guatemala 7.22 Q4 / 2023 7.78 12.79
Hong Kong 4.79 Q1 / 2024 8.95 18.07
Hungary 7.94 Q1 / 2024 6.94 20.10
Iceland 5.95 Q1 / 2024 5.57 15.73
India 9.25 Q1 / 2024 9.74 5.52
Indonesia 8.31 Q1 / 2024 8.01 10.76
Iran 24.57 Q3 / 2020 18.57 32.63
Ireland 9.25 Q1 / 2024 12.28 13.42
Israel 2.16 Q1 / 2024 -3.93 8.68
Italy 1.52 Q1 / 2024 1.23 11.60
Japan 0.59 Q1 / 2024 2.02 6.39
Kazakhstan 14.96 Q4 / 2023 20.05 31.91
Kyrgyzstan 17.95 Q3 / 2023 25.91 31.40
Latvia 3.61 Q1 / 2024 2.25 14.34
Lithuania 3.53 Q1 / 2024 3.28 15.40
Luxembourg 2.52 Q1 / 2024 7.48 7.91
Macao 12.29 Q1 / 2024 17.19 -5.08
North Macedonia 4.80 Q1 / 2024 5.75 14.36
Malaysia 5.77 Q1 / 2024 6.13 8.93
Malta 7.93 Q1 / 2024 12.78 15.43
Mauritius 9.96 Q1 / 2024 9.50 8.73
Mexico 11.01 Q1 / 2023 12.19 15.89
Moldova 6.78 Q1 / 2024 8.94 16.83
Mongolia 26.25 Q1 / 2024 23.74 10.45
Montenegro 8.09 Q1 / 2024 12.68 21.58
Netherlands 4.10 Q1 / 2024 3.31 13.74
New Zealand 4.67 Q1 / 2024 4.31 6.70
Nicaragua 9.75 Q1 / 2024 13.19 9.88
Nigeria 4.79 Q4 / 2023 18.04 18.77
Norway 3.74 Q1 / 2024 1.71 10.79
Palestine -33.19 Q4 / 2023 -1.83 9.61
Panama 2.25 Q4 / 2023 6.70 3.77
Paraguay 8.17 Q1 / 2024 6.41 11.96
Peru 4.40 Q1 / 2024 3.93 8.73
Philippines 8.22 Q1 / 2024 9.61 14.66
Poland 7.22 Q1 / 2024 6.18 14.01
Portugal 4.49 Q1 / 2024 4.73 10.71
Qatar 17.43 Q4 / 2022 17.75 13.68
Romania 11.44 Q1 / 2024 10.74 18.72
Russia 14.44 Q1 / 2024 14.87 7.73
Rwanda 18.10 Q1 / 2024 24.13 30.25
Saudi Arabia 4.20 Q1 / 2024 6.25 8.40
Senegal 3.37 Q4 / 2023 7.10 16.65
Serbia 9.83 Q1 / 2024 11.08 15.81
Seychelles -4.65 Q1 / 2024 -12.71 6.86
Singapore 7.80 Q1 / 2024 6.28 13.43
Slovakia 5.84 Q1 / 2024 2.55 12.02
Slovenia 4.95 Q1 / 2024 6.23 13.09
South Africa 4.91 Q1 / 2024 6.25 7.97
South Korea 3.44 Q1 / 2024 3.64 9.17
Spain 5.29 Q1 / 2024 6.88 7.33
Sri Lanka 8.30 Q4 / 2023 6.86 57.12
Sweden 3.97 Q1 / 2024 2.27 6.62
Switzerland 2.40 Q1 / 2024 2.98 6.52
Taiwan 6.52 Q1 / 2024 6.96 8.94
Thailand 6.65 Q1 / 2024 7.19 10.94
Turkey 80.35 Q1 / 2024 80.62 91.52
USA 4.78 Q1 / 2024 5.57 8.27
Uganda 11.35 Q1 / 2024 2.81 8.32
Ukraine 18.66 Q4 / 2023 24.56 -8.17
United Kingdom 7.90 Q2 / 2023 9.68 13.08
Uruguay 5.85 Q1 / 2024 7.78 8.32
Uzbekistan 18.75 Q1 / 2024 15.46 16.00



The table shows the percent change in household consumption from the same quarter last year. The first column of numbers is the value for the latest quarter and the next two columns show the rate of consumption growth in the previous quarter and a year ago.

Household consumption is not as volatile as investment by firms but it is nonetheless the main component of the GDP and, as such, its dynamics are important for overall economic growth. You can also look at consumption as share of GDP to compare their levels across countries.

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