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Tag: Inflation in Argentina

  • Thursday, October 17th 2019 - 09:54 UTC

    September inflation in Argentina reaches 5.9% and 53.5% in twelve months

    The monthly jump was the fastest since September 2018 when inflation rose 6.5% as the country was buffeted by debt and currency crises

    Argentina consumer prices rose 5.9% in September, the country’s statistics agency said on Wednesday, the sharpest jump in a year amid a flaring economic crisis in Latin America’s no. 3 economy. That brought year-to-date inflation to 37.7%, the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (INDEC) said, while rolling 12-month inflation was running at 53.5%.

  • Friday, June 14th 2019 - 09:40 UTC

    Argentine inflation 3.1% in May and 57.3% in twelve months

    At 3.1%, May inflation was down from last month’s 3.4% reading. But it was also in line with market expectations, and remains high by historical standards

    Argentine consumer prices rose 3.1% in May, the government’s official statistics agency said on Thursday. Accumulated inflation in the 12 months through May came to 57.3%, and year-to-date inflation was 19.2%, according to the National Census and Statistics Institute, known by its acronym, INDEC.