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The effect of the depreciation of the Ghana cedi on the rate of inflation is not likely to end anytime soon. According to Government Statistician, Professor Samuel Kobina Annim, the policy decision to be taken in the next few months will determine if the current volatilities in the exchange rate between the local currency and […]

Cedi depreciation impact on inflation likely to continue – Government Statistician - MyJoyOnline.com

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Food insecurity among low-income Americans has risen over the past year.Food insecurity among low-income Americans has risen over the past year.

Food price growth slowed in October, but some items increased by up to 43% - MarketWatch

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Supermarket prices rose 0.4% in October, their smallest increase since December 2021.Supermarket prices rose 0.4% in October, their smallest increase since December 2021, as shoppers actually saw price declines in the meat and dairy cases and other areas of the store. 

Food inflation moderates in October | Agri-Pulse Communications, Inc.

Month-over-month gain at lowest level since December 2021.Month-over-month gain at lowest level since December 2021.

Cereals, baked foods CPI growth slows | Baking Business

Ghana's consumer inflation rises to 40.4 pct in October-

Ghana's consumer inflation rises to 40.4 pct in October-Xinhua

Consumer confidence increased for the fifth straight month in October, hitting a 10-month high, boosted by strong exports, a recovery in tourism and the easing of the pandemic.Consumer confidence increased for the fifth straight month in October, hitting a 10-month high, boosted by strong exports, a recovery in tourism and the easing of the pandemic.

Consumer confidence up for fifth month in a row

Germany's consumer prices, harmonised to compare with other European countries, were 11.6% higher year-on-year in October, the Federal Statistical Office said on Friday, confirming preliminary...Germany's consumer prices, harmonised to compare with other European countries, were 11.6% higher year-on-year in October, the Federal Statistical Office said on Friday, confirming preliminary...

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Inflation has hit its highest level since 1984, latest figures reveal.  According to the Central Statistics Office (CSO) prices on average, as measured by ...Inflation has hit its highest level since 1984, latest figures reveal.  According to the Central Statistics Office (CSO) prices on average, as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI), were 9.2% higher in October 2022 when compared with October 2021. The most notable changes in the year were ...

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The price of many consumer goods like living room furniture and tickets to sporting events are falling as inflation is finally slowing.The price of many consumer goods like living room furniture and tickets to sporting events are falling as inflation is finally slowing.

Inflation May Be Cooling As Airline Tickets, Furniture Saw Prices Drop

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Ghana's inflation figure jumped to a 40.4 percent high in October compared to 37.2 percent last month. This was revealed in a statement by GhanaGhana's inflation figure jumped to a 40.4 percent high in October compared to 37.2 percent last month. This was revealed in a statement by Ghana

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Ghana's inflation figure jumped to a 40.4 percent high in October compared to 37.2 percent last month. This was revealed in a statement by GhanaGhana's inflation figure jumped to a 40.4 percent high in October compared to 37.2 percent last month. This was revealed in a statement by Ghana

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Inflation in the Netherlands fell slightly to 14,3 percent in October 2022, Statistics Netherlands reports, but food and clothing prices continue to rise.Inflation in the Netherlands fell slightly to 14,3 percent in October 2022, Statistics Netherlands reports, but food and clothing prices continue to rise.

Dutch inflation falls slightly, but food prices continue to rise

The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) announced in a press release on November 10thThe Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) announced in a press release on November 10th

Egypt’s annual inflation jumps to 16.3% in October: CAPMAS

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in Ireland rose by 9.2 percent in October compared to the same period a year ago, hitting a record high for the last 38 years, said the country's Central Statistics Office (CSO) on Thursday, Trend reports citing Xinhua.The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in Ireland rose by 9.2 percent in October compared to the same period a year ago, hitting a record high for the last 38 years, said the country's Central Statistics Office (CSO) on Thursday, Trend reports citing Xinhua.

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The rate of inflation (point-to-point) dropped further by 0.19 per cent to 8.91 per cent for the second consecutive month in October 2022 thanks to a fall The rate of inflation (point-to-point) dropped further by 0.19 per cent to 8.91 per cent for the second consecutive month in October 2022 thanks to a fall in food prices in the domestic market. In September last the rate declined to 9.10 per cent from its peak 9.50 per cent in August, official data showed. In October last year, the inflation rate was much lower at 5.70 per cent. The food inflation dropped 0.58 per cent to 8.50 per cent in the last month from 9.08 per cent in September, according to Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) data released on Tuesday. The non-food inflation, however, increased by 0.45 per cent to 9.58 per cent in the last month from 9.13 per cent in September. Planning Minister MA Mannan disclosed the latest inflation data following a meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) in Dhaka on Tuesday. He expressed satisfaction that the inflation has at last eased a bit and said, We're hopeful the rate will also come down in the months ahead. The BBS claimed the prices of moong, soybean and palm oils, vegetable, green chilli, guava and gold declined in October compared to September, bringing down the monthly inflation rate. But, it said, the prices of poultry chicken, some vegetables, spices, fruits like grape, apple and orange, dresses, and bottled gas increased in October compared to September. Contradicting with the inflation data, some consumers however argued that the prices of almost all essential products in the local market were higher in October than that in the previous month. They pointed out the prices of rice, the largest weight-carrier in the country's CPI basket, is still high in the market. Besides, the prices of vegetables, pulses, sugar, fish, meat and eggs had not declined in the reporting period, they added. According to the BBS, the consumer price index (CPI) was maintaining a higher trend in the rural areas compared to the urban areas in October too. The rate of inflation on a point-to-point basis in the rural areas was 8.92 per cent in October compared to 8.90 per cent in September. In the rural areas, the non-food inflation almost touched double digit and stood at 9.98 per cent in October compared to the previous month while the food inflation dropped to 8.38 per cent. The BBS data showed the overall inflation rate in the urban areas declined by 0.13 per cent to 8.90 per cent in last month from that of 9.03 per cent in September. The food inflation in the urban areas recorded at 8.75 per cent in October from 9.36 per cent in the previous month. The non-food inflation rose to 9.07 per cent in October from 8.66 per cent in September, the BBS data showed. Meanwhile, the wages in October increased a bit as measured by the Wage Rate Index (WRI) of the BBS. The WRI was 6.90 in October compared to 6.86 September. kabirhumayan10@gmail.com

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Inflation in the Philippines will likely remain elevated for longer than expected, as upward price pressures in the global food market remain, dragging on the recovery of domestic supplies ravaged by a recent series of typhoons. GlobalSource Partners said in a commentary that they raised their forecast for the average inflation in 2022 to 5.8 […]

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Grocery price inflation eases a bit in October | Supermarket News

Germany’s yearly inflation rate rose to 10.4 percent last month, surpassing prospects and hitting a new notable high, the Federal Statistical Office

Month-over-month gain at lowest level since December 2021.Month-over-month gain at lowest level since December 2021.

US CPI for cereals, baked foods up 0.6% in October | World Grain

Small businesses closed their doors for several days last month to protest rising costs. The central bank has hiked its main lending rate by 10 percentage points since the start of the year in attempt to hold back inflation and slow the cedi's depreciation.Small businesses closed their doors for several days last month to protest rising costs. The central bank has hiked its main lending rate by 10 percentage points since the start of the year in attempt to hold back inflation and slow the cedi's depreciation.

Ghana inflation reaches new high of 40.4% in October | Business

The inflation rate for the month of October 2022 has hit 40.4% according to data from the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS). | Pulse GhanaThe inflation rate for the month of October 2022 has hit 40

October inflation is 40.4%: prices of goods continue to rise | Pulse Ghana

Ghana’s inflation has risen 2.7 per cent from September at 37.2 per cent to reach 40.4 per cent in October as the economy gets bleaker with a currency struggling to be stable.

Ghana inflation for October is record high at 40.4% - Ghana Business News

Ghana's annual consumer inflation continued with an upward surge and hit 40.4 percent in October, the Ghana Statistical Service said Wednesday.Samuel Kobina Annim, the government statistician, announced the figures at a press briefing, listing five majorGhana's annual consumer inflation continued with an upward surge and hit 40.4 percent in October, the Ghana Statistical Service said Wednesday.Samuel Kobina Annim, the government statistician, announced the figures at a press briefing, listing five major

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Egypt’s annual urban consumer inflation accelerated faster than expected in October, climbing to a four-year high of 16.2 per cent, data from the statistic.. Egypt’s annual urban consumer inflation accelerated faster than expected in October, climbing to a four-year high of 16.2 per cent, data from the statistic..

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Inflation bucked the rising trend for the second consecutive month in October, helped by the cooling off of grocery prices. Last month, inflation stood at 8.91 percent, down 19 basis points from September, according to the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics.Inflation bucked the rising trend for the second consecutive month in October, helped by the cooling off of grocery prices.

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By John Ikani Ghana's year-on-year inflation rose to 40.4 per cent in October from 37.2 per cent in September, the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) has announced.

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Ghana’s inflation figure jumped to a 40.4 percent high in October compared to 37.2 percent last month. This was revealed in a statement by Ghana Government Statistician, Mr Samuel Annim, on Wednesday. By implication, the figure will impact the pressure on the country’s central bank to continue increasing borrowingGhana’s inflation figure jumped to a 40.4 percent high in October compared to 37.2 percent last month. This w

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Annual consumer price inflation was measured at 9.2% in October, according to the latest CSO consumer price index (CPI).Annual consumer price inflation was measured at 9.2% in October, according to the latest CSO consumer price index (CPI).

Inflation Up a Percentage Point to 9.2% in October

According to the figures revealed by the Ghana Statistical service, inflation rate  jumped to an all time high of 40.4% for the month of October 2022.The high inflation rate is responsible for the rise in the cost of goods and services in the west African country.The inflation rate in Ghana for the month of September was 37.2% suggesting the country’s economy battered by currency depreciation and fiscal challenges is not going away any time soon.Ghana's inflation rate hits highest figure in years - GSS - TheNewsGuru

Ghana's inflation rate hits highest figure in years - GSS - TheNewsGuru

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Inflation may be easing but many grocery item staples are still expensive.Inflation may be easing but many grocery item staples are still expensive.

Easing inflation isn't making these grocery items any cheaper, data shows

Inflation may be easing but many grocery item staples are still expensive.Inflation may be easing but many grocery item staples are still expensive.

Easing inflation isn't making these grocery items any cheaper, data shows

Inflation may be easing but many grocery item staples are still expensive.Inflation may be easing but many grocery item staples are still expensive.

Easing inflation isn't making these grocery items any cheaper, data shows

Egypt's annual urban consumer inflation accelerated faster than expected in October, climbing to a four-year high of 16.2 per cent, data from the

By The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in Ireland rose by 9.2 percent in October compared to the same period a year ago, h