Poland's HICP inflation inches up to 2.6% y/y in October.

By bne IntelliNews November 17, 2010
The Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) in Poland amounted to 0.3% m/m in October, 2010 and was 2.6% in annual terms vs. 2.5% y/y a month earlier, the EU statistical office Eurostat has announced. In line with Eurostat's estimations, the average HICP inflation for the whole 27 EU amounted to 2.3% y/y in October (vs. 2.2% in September). In the euro-zone, the inflation was 1.9% y/y vs. 1.8% a month earlier. The lowest annual HICP figures were posted by: Ireland (-0.8%), Latvia (0.0%) and Slovakia (1.0%). The highest figures were noted by: Romania (7.9%), Greece (5.2%) and Estonia (4.5%). October CPI inflation (as measured by the Central Statistical Office) rose by 0.5% m/m, while in annual terms, it amounted to 2.8%. In September, the annual inflation amounted to 2.5% y/y. ISB

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