Inflation in Honduras reaches 10.2%

In September inflation grew by 0.1% and reached accumulated to 10.2% this year in Honduras.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

A report from the Central Bank of Honduras (BCH) on the Consumer Price Index (PCI) also showed that the inter-annual inflation was at 13.7% in September.
Accumulated inflation in 2007 in Honduras was at 6.9% and the inter-annual inflation was 8.9%, according to the BCH.

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Honduras: Annual Inflation up to October 2017 is 4%

November 2017

In October, the consumer price index registered a monthly variation of 0.29%, and almost 4% in year-on-year terms.

From a report by the Central Bank of Honduras:
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The monthly variation of the Consumer Price Index in October 2017 was 0.29%, mainly explained by an increase in the prices of: some foods of agricultural origin (red beans, corn and onions), rental services, housing maintenance and fuels in the domestic market. This caused inter-annual inflation to be 3.97% (2.82% in October 2016) and accumulated inflation 3.55% (2.90% in the same month in the previous year).

Inflation in Honduras Increases by 5.3%

October 2012

In September 2012 the CPI reached a monthly variation of 0.7%. The annual inflation rate was 5.3% and the accumulated rate in the year was 4.6%.

A statement of the Central Bank of Honduras reads:

In September 2012, the Consumer Price Index recorded a monthly rise of 0.7%

Nicaragua’s Inter-annual Inflation 8.81%

March 2012

The inter-annual inflation rate is 1.59% higher than February 2011.

The Central Bank of Nicaragua announced that the accumulated inflation rate in the first two months of the year amounted to 1.36% and inter-annual inflation stood at 8.81%, 1.59 percentage points higher than in February 2011.

Inflation Reaches 5.4% in Honduras

December 2011

In November 2011, the rate of change in the Consumer Price Index continued downwards, settling at 5.4%.

According to information from the Central Bank of Honduras:

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) for November 2011 showed a variation of 0.4% (0.8% in the same month of 2010) which led biannual and cumulative inflation to stand at 5.4% each, and the average of 12 months at 6.8%.

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