Dominican Republic: Year-on-Year Inflation up to June 2018 is 4.6%

In the sixth month of the year there was a monthly change of 0.21% in the CPI, explained by prices of Food and non-alcoholic beverages and Transport.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

From a Report by the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic:

The Central Bank of the Dominican Republic (BCRD) reports that the consumer price index (CPI) for the month of June 2018 registered a variation of 0.21% with respect to the month of May of this same year, reaching cumulative inflation 1.43% for the first semester.  

Regarding core inflation, it registered an interannual rate of 2.68% in the month of June 2018. This indicator estimates the inflationary pressures of monetary origin, isolating the price variations of some volatile agricultural goods, alcoholic beverages, tobacco, as well as fuels and some managed services such as electricity and transportation, thus allowing for clearer signals to be extracted regarding the conduct of monetary policy.  

The BCRD report states that the results of the general CPI show that the group with the highest incidence of inflation in June was Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverages with a variation of 0.34%, followed by the Transport group with inflation of 0.32%, counting for, between them, approximately 75.0% of the month's inflation. 

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