Consumer price index (CPI)
This page presents an overview of the indices of January 2017.
The consumer price index amounts to 104.28 points in January 2017. The index has increased by 0.74 point over the month. Inflation has edged up to 2.65% from 2.03%. The health index has gained 0.60 point to 104.65 points. Inflation based on the health index has accelerated to 2.18%, up from 1.78%.
The health index has gone up by 0.60 points to 104.65 points in January, compared to 104.05 points in December. The smoothed health index amounts to 102.05 points in January. The central index for public services and social benefits, set at 103.04 points, has not been exceeded over the month. The last time the central index was exceeded was in May 2016.
Inflation now amounts to 2.65% compared to 2.03% last month and 1.77% in November. Inflation based on the health index was also on the rise and now stands at 2.18% compared to 1.78% in December and 1.65% in November. Inflation without energy has gone up to 1.74% in January compared to 1.65% last month and 1.72% in November. Core inflation, which does not take into account price evolutions of energy products and unprocessed food, amounts to 1.54% in January, compared to 1.53% in December and 1.67% in November.
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The FPS Economy does not prepare forecasts. This is the responsibility of the Federal Planning Bureau.