Honduras: Year on Year Inflation in April 2017 is 4,10%

In April the consumer price index registered a variation of 0.37% with respect to March, and a cumulative variation so far in the year of 2.03%.

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Consumer Price Index in Honduras Al March 31st, 2018  

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From the monthly report by the Central Bank of Honduras:

The Consumer Price Index recorded a monthly growth of 0.37% in April 2017, mainly due to an increase in residential electricity rates and the price of some housing maintenance services, therefore, year-on-year inflation was 4.10% and accumulated inflaction 2.03% (2.44% and 1.26% at April 2016, respectively). Click to interact with graphicsClick to interact with graphics

The items that had the greatest contribution to monthly inflation were "Accommodation, Water, Electricity, Gas and Other Fuels" with 0.17 percentage points (pp) and "Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverages" with 0.08 pp, and to a lesser extent: "Personal Care" with 0.05 pp; "Hotels, Cafes and Restaurants" with 0.04 pp; "Furniture and Household Products" with 0.02 pp; And "Clothing and Footwear" with 0.01 pp. 

On the other hand, the contribution of "Transport" was negative, by 0.01 pp.

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