Tuesday September 29, 2020

Consumer prices up 0.3% on last year, CSO says

Consumer prices increased 0.3 per cent in July, compared with the same period last year, new figures from the Central Statistics Office have shown.

7th August, 2014
On a monthly basis, consumer prices decreased in July by 0.2 per cent

Consumer prices increased 0.3 per cent in July, compared with the same period last year, new figures from the Central Statistics Office have shown.

The most notable changes over the year were increases in education (4.5 per cent), alcohol and tobacco (3.7 per cent) and restaurants and hotels (2.5 per cent).

Decreases were seen in communications (-5.1 per cent), clothing and footwear (-3.6 per cent) and furnishings and household maintenance (-3.3 per cent).

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