Gasoline and Diesel
If you thought that you had seen the lowest gas prices this year, wait until you see the prices next year. According to data compiled by Bloomberg Businessweek, the price of oil futures for December 2016 isn’t that much higher from that of oil futures in December 2015. The cheap price of oil will cause a further drop in the prices of gasoline and diesel. For example, the average full price (including taxes) of regular grade gasoline was $2.12 per gallon in January 2015. The U.S. Energy Administration is currently forecasting that average price to be $2.06 in January 2016. Even during next year’s summer months, the average full price of regular grade gasoline will be lower ($2.51 per gallon) than that of this year ($2.79 per gallon).
More than 10% of U.S. households use heating oil or propane. Heating oil primarily serves households in the Northeast, accounting for close to 30% of homes in that region. Falling fuel prices will keep the U.S. average heating oil retail price low (including taxes). For comparison, the average price was $2.81 per gallon in January 2015, and it is forecasted to be $2.55 per gallon in January 2016.
The current trend of low milk prices is likely to continue until at least mid-2016, according to estimates from Farm Journal Media. Analysts expect milk production to slow down from the surplus levels of 2015 in order to increase prices a bit. However, this process will take several months to affect prices, if at all. It would take a massive consumption milk to put a serious dent on inventories and a lot of willpower from suppliers to resist dumping more milk into the market. So, the most likely outcome is more affordable milk prices for you throughout most of 2016.
The same low prices of bacon that you saw throughout this year are very likely to stick around next year. However, this time around it may not just be for bacon, but for all pork products in general. According to an agricultural economist at the University of Missouri, a slight uptick in hog production combined with a low price in corn (main feed when raising hogs) will keep the prices of pork products affordable throughout 2016.
Throughout 2015, the U.S. Department of Agriculture determined that there was more wheat in the world (721.55 million tonnes) than we could consume (719.56 million tonnes). In order to address this oversupply, prices of wheat had to be decreased, resulting in some small savings in the price of bread at grocery stores. In 2016, the USDA expects that production will reach a new record of 732.79 million tonnes. So, unless wheat farmers experience an absolute loss in crops due to some freak event, you can expect more savings in your weekly bread purchases next year.
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In 2015, the U.S. dollar was and continues to appreciate against several currencies:
- The U.S. dollar is up 12% against the euro and may hit parity with the euro next year.
- The Canadian dollar has fallen nearly 20% against the U.S. dollar since January.
- The Brazilian real is down about 30% against the U.S. dollar since January.
- The Chilean peso is down close to 57% against the U.S. dollar over the last two years.
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Next year, prices of homes will rise only 3%, which is much lower than the 5% increase from this year and 11% from 2013. Given the increase during the last two years, analysts believe that home prices need to plateau in 2016 for buyers to have a chance of completing purchases. While the forecasted price for single-family homes in some areas will be higher in some markets, (such as 15% in Sacramento, CA and 14% in Fort Lauderdale, FL), there are plenty of markets that will see small price bumps (such as 1.1% in Houston, TX and 1.7% in Knoxville, TN). Research the market in your area, because this may be the year to get some new digs.
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Here’s what the Food Institute study says to expect in 2016:
|Category||2016 price increase|
|Fish and seafood||1-3%|
|Dairy and eggs||0-2%|
|Fruits and nuts||2.5-4.5%|
|Overall food costs||2-4%|
Charlebois says the average Canadian household will spend $8,631 on food in 2016, an increase of about $345. That figure includes $2,416 spent at restaurants.
The Report so far.