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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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According to the report, the average inflation rate in the Egyptian market will reach 13.
According to the CIA table of inflation rates in 222 economies, only 37 have an inflation rate above 8.
Abu Dhabi: The annual inflation rate for the Abu Dhabi has increased during the first quarter of 2015 by 1.
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.
For the 27 goods components of the CPI, inflation rates over the past 12 months vary quite a bit across components, as is normally the case.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) on Tuesday released its figures for the UK Consumer Prices Index (CPI), which reveal that the consumer price inflation rate in the UK rose to 2.
All other age groups currently face an inflation rate of just 2.
In a statement issued after the Turkish Statistical Authority, or TurkStat, announced inflation rates for March, the Central Bank said that consumer prices increased 0.
2 percent with anticipated negative inflation rates in the remaining months of this year," says the National Bank's August report.
The CIS Statistical Committee does not have inflation rates for Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan in its report.
8%) recorded the lowest inflation rates in the eurozone in September.
The Fed Chairman's response was that the role of monetary policy was to control consumer inflation rates, not deal with asset inflation.
And since the cost of unemployment always seemed larger and more urgent to reduce than the cost of inflation, this perspective contributed some part of the rationalization for the policies that led to the higher inflation rates of the 1970s.
The lowest annual inflation rates were in Germany and the U.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies said inflation rates varied between households due to spending patterns and because the cost of different goods and services changed at different rates.