Consumer Price Inflation - May 2018

Consumer Price Inflation - May 2018

CPIH increased to 2.3% in May, from 2.2% in April. CPI remained at 2.4%.

CPIH increased to 2.3% in May, from 2.2% in April 2018, with the largest contribution coming from motor fuel prices, reflecting the recent price rises in crude oil. The largest downward effect came from games toys and hobbies, with housing and household services and food and non-alcoholic beverages also providing downward contribtions.

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