Posts Tagged: inflation

Euro zone inflation slows in September on cheaper energy

Euro zone inflation slows in September on cheaper energy Euro zone inflation slowed further year-on-year in September because of cheaper energy, new figures showed today. But the core measure excluding such volatile components rose, the first estimate from the European Union’s statistics office Eurostat showed. The numbers underline the difference of opinion over the state… Read more »

Higher rents and mortgages push inflation higher

The annual inflation rate in August rose to 0.7% from 0.5% a month earlier, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show. Inflation had risen above 1% year-on-year for the first time in six years in March but slipped back below that level in July. August saw consumer prices rising on the back of higher… Read more »

Annual inflation moves up to 1.1% in June

Annual inflation moves up to 1.1% in June New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the annual inflation rate inched up to 1.1% in June from 1% the previous month on the back of higher rents, more expensive utility bills and higher air fares. June marks the fourth month in a row that… Read more »

Easter inflation bounce won’t end slowdown fears

Easter inflation bounce won’t end slowdown fears A rise in headline inflation in April should have given comfort to the European Central Bank, but the pick-up was due to a rise in package holiday and airline fare prices at Easter and is set to fall back as the year progresses. Data from the European Statistics… Read more »