## Value of €100 from 1991 to 2024

In 1913 the price of €100 is approximately equal to €203.01 today in 2024. Prices changed by 2.24% (or €3.12) per year on average during that period. It means that every purchase will cost you 2.03 times as much.

For anyone curious about the value of €100 in 1991 and what it would be worth today in 2024, this page provides a detailed analysis using the cumulative price change, average inflation rate, and other key financial indicators.

## How Much is €100 in 1991 Worth Today?

- Converted Amount: The €100 from 1991, adjusted for inflation, would be equivalent to €203.01 in 2024.
- Cumulative Price Change: Over this period, the cumulative price change has been 103.01%.
- Average Inflation Rate: The average annual inflation rate between 1991 and 2024 has been 2.24%.

Cumulative price change | 103.01% |

Average inflation rate | 2.24% |

Converted amount | €203.01 |

Price difference | €103.01 |

CPI in 1991 | 61.48 |

CPI in 2024 | 124.81 |

Inflation in 1991 | 4.31% |

Inflation in 2024 | 1.36% |

€100 in 1991 | €203.01 in 2024 |

## Key Financial Indicators:

Consumer Price Index (CPI) Comparison

- CPI in 1991: 61.48
- CPI in 2024: 124.81

The CPI index has changed by 1.92 points per year on average over 33 years. The chart below represents the price changes from 1991 to 2024* (for convenience, the values converted in Euros)*:

Inflation Rate at 1991 and 2024

- Inflation in 1991: 4.31%
- Inflation in 2024: 1.36%

Price Difference

- The price difference between 1991 and 2024 is €103.01.

## 1991 to 2024 Inflation Calculator

To understand the transformation of €100 from 1991 into 2024 Euros, consider the following table:

Year | CPI | Inflation rate | Value in 2024 |
---|---|---|---|

1991 | 61.48 | 4.31% | €100 |

2024 | 124.81 | 1.36% | €203.01 |

This table highlights the key figures that affect how the value of money changes over time due to inflation.

## Buying Power of €100 in 1991

€100 in the year 1991 is now worth €203.01 in 2024, showing a substantial increase of €103.01 over the years. This change underscores how the average inflation rate of 2.24% annually has eroded the purchasing power of the Euro.

It means that the real purchasing power has decreased and, adjusted for inflation, you can buy 2.03 times less for the same amount of money.

To illustrate this, let's see the chart below that demonstrates how €100 has significantly decreased in worth over 33 years: