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the rate of change of prices (as indicated by a price index) calculated on a monthly or annual basis

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8% in the monthly inflation rate during the month of September.
The figures published by the Central Bank of Iran show the inflation rate as compared with the same month in the previous year has now fallen from 15.
Abu Dhabi: The annual inflation rate for the Abu Dhabi has increased during the first quarter of 2015 by 1.
Underlying changes will show up more quickly in inflation rates calculated over shorter periods such as three months.
March 8, 2015 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan's Central Bureau of Statistics (CBoS) reported on Sunday that the monthly inflation rate has dropped to 23% in February from 24% in January.
All other age groups currently face an inflation rate of just 2.
It can simulate capital market conditions for six countries at a time, based on interest and inflation rates, currency exchange rates and returns on large-cap and small-cap equities and corporate bonds.
Data showed lower inflation rates for all commodity groups in February.
As inflation rates increase, nominal interest rates and real interest rates are likely to surge, which, in turn, will lead to a further decline in asset prices - at least until the inflation rates begin to decline.
Yet since the 1970s we have experienced an era of floating currencies, so that inflation rates need not be linked across national boundaries.
of Finance, University of Florida, predicted that next year's interest and inflation rates would remain at current low levels, and the unemployment rate would decrease.
Compared to the United States, the industrial building inflation rates for the latest six-month period were higher in France and the United Kingdom and lower in the other countries.
To illustrate this, the second set of statistics shows that over the interval spanned by the two time periods, we have experienced a significant increase in the following: (1) labor force participation rates; (2) the share of the population in the household formation age bracket of 25 to 44 years of age; and (3) the share of GNP that is accounted for by consumer spending on services, in which inflation rates tend to be relatively high.
ANKARA, Apr 6, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Central Bank said Tuesday it expected inflation rates to drop in Turkey in the last quarter of 2010.