Guatemala: Inflation Changes Trend

After falling from 4.4% to 1.8% between July and September 2019, during October the price growth rate was 2.2%.

Monday, November 11, 2019

Out of the twelve spending divisions that make up the Consumer Price Index (CPI), food (1.62%), transportation (0.79%), recreation (0.45%), reflect the rise in the general price level of inflation to October 2019, reported the National Statistics Institute.

The report adds that "... The most important inflation levels in October 2019 are as follows: monthly inflation of 0.70%, inflationary rhythm of 2.17% and accumulated inflation of 2.33%.

The Consumer Price Index up to October 2019 stood at 140.33, registering a 0.70% monthly inflation, and with respect to October of the previous year the inflationary rhythm was 2.17%. The monthly inflation (0.70%), presents an acceleration compared to October of the previous year (0.34%), the accumulated (2.33%), and year-on-year ( 2.17%), present a deceleration compared to the same month of the previous year (2.48%), (4.34%).

On the other hand, housing (-0.73%), clothing (-0.01%), showed a fall in their general price level.

At the regional level, the 7th and 4th, present the highest monthly inflation in the price level, with 3.57% and 1.27% respectively. While region II and III showed negative inflation with -0.64% and -0.08%.
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