Inflation in Costa Rica accelerated in September and is within the Central Bank’s target range


RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Inflation in September this year returned to the Central Bank’s target range, between 2% and 4%.

According to the National Institute of Statistics and Census, this Thursday, October 7, the interannual result for September 2021 (the same month as the previous year) was 2.09%. This is the highest value reached in the indicator since October 2019.

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In addition, the consumer price index rose 0.63% last September compared to the previous August, its strongest monthly growth to date in 2021.

Onions, gasoline and potatoes were among the main goods and services with the most significant negative effect on the monthly change in the consumer price index (Photo reproduction internet)

The goods and services which showed the most significant positive effect on the monthly variation of the index (due to their increase and their importance in the household budget) were: mobile telephony, new cars and rice .

In contrast, onions, gasoline and potatoes were among the top goods and services that had the largest adverse effect on the monthly change in the index.

The cumulative variation for the year is 1.47%.


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