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CountriesDateInterannualFrom January
United States [+]December 20172.1%
United Kingdom [+]December 20173.0%
Germany [+]December 20171.7%
France [+]December 20171.2%
Japan [+]September 20170.7%
Spain [+]December 20171.2%
Italy [+]November 20170.9%
Portugal [+]December 20171.5%
Greece [+]December 20170.7%
Ireland [+]December 20170.4%
Armenia [+]December 20172.6%
Angola [+]December 201726.3%
Argentina [+]December 201724.8%
Austria [+]December 20172.2%
Australia [+]September 20171.8%
Belgium [+]November 20172.1%
Bulgaria [+]December 20172.8%
Bolivia [+]December 20172.7%
Brazil [+]December 20172.1%
Belarus [+]November 201510.7%
Belize [+]July 20170.6%
Canada [+]November 20172.1%
Switzerland [+]October 20170.7%
Chile [+]December 20172.3%
China [+]December 20171.8%
Colombia [+]December 20174.1%
Costa Rica [+]December 20172.6%
Czech Republic [+]July 20172.5%
Denmark [+]December 20171.0%
Dominican Republic [+]May 20173.1%
Ecuador [+]December 2017-0.1%
Estonia [+]December 20162.2%
Egypt [+]April 201610.3%
Finland [+]December 20170.5%
Georgia [+]December 20176.7%
Ghana [+]December 201711.8%
Equatorial Guinea [+]December 20162.0%
Guatemala [+]December 20175.7%
Honduras [+]November 20174.3%
Hungary [+]February 20172.9%
Indonesia [+]August 20157.0%
Israel [+]December 20170.4%
India [+]November 20163.6%
Iceland [+]December 20171.9%
Jordan [+]December 20173.2%
Kenya [+]December 20174.5%
South Korea [+]November 20161.3%
Lebanon [+]November 20172.8%
Luxembourg [+]December 20171.4%
Latvia [+]December 20172.2%
Morocco [+]February 20171.7%
Moldova [+]December 20177.3%
Mauritania [+]December 2015-2.8%
Maldives [+]November 20170.6%
Mexico [+]December 20176.8%
Nigeria [+]December 201715.4%
Nicaragua [+]December 20175.7%
Netherlands [+]December 20171.3%
Norway [+]October 20171.2%
New Zealand [+]September 20171.9%
Panama [+]October 20170.5%
Peru [+]October 20172.3%
Pakistan [+]December 20174.6%
Poland [+]December 20170.2%
State of Palestine [+]August 2017-0.7%
Paraguay [+]November 20174.6%
Romania [+]December 20173.3%
Russia [+]November 20172.5%
Seychelles [+]October 20173.5%
Sweden [+]December 20171.7%
Slovenia [+]December 20171.7%
Slovakia [+]December 20171.8%
El Salvador [+]December 20172.0%
Tunisia [+]December 20176.3%
Turkey [+]December 201711.9%
Trinidad and Tobago [+]November 20171.7%
Ukraine [+]December 201713.7%
Uganda [+]December 20173.3%
Uruguay [+]June 20175.3%
Venezuela [+]December 2015180.9%
South Africa [+]November 2017-16.4%
CountriesDateInterannualFrom January
United States [+]December 20171.8%
Euro zone [+]December 20171.4%
United Kingdom [+]December 20173.0%
Germany [+]December 20171.6%
France [+]December 20171.2%
Spain [+]December 20171.2%
Italy [+]December 20171.0%
Portugal [+]December 20171.6%
Greece [+]December 20171.0%
Ireland [+]December 20170.5%
Austria [+]December 20172.3%
Belgium [+]December 20172.1%
Bulgaria [+]December 20171.8%
Brazil [+]December 20173.0%
Switzerland [+]December 20171.1%
Cyprus [+]December 2017-0.4%
Czech Republic [+]December 20172.2%
Denmark [+]December 20170.8%
Estonia [+]December 20173.8%
Finland [+]December 20170.5%
Croatia [+]December 20171.3%
Hungary [+]December 20172.2%
Iceland [+]December 2017-1.0%
Lithuania [+]December 20173.8%
Luxembourg [+]December 20171.6%
Latvia [+]December 20172.2%
Montenegro [+]July 2016-0.5%
Malta [+]December 20171.3%
Netherlands [+]December 20171.2%
Norway [+]December 20171.5%
Poland [+]December 20171.7%
Romania [+]December 20172.6%
Serbia [+]December 20173.0%
Sweden [+]December 20171.7%
Slovenia [+]December 20171.9%
Slovakia [+]December 20172.0%
Turkey [+]December 201711.9%
The CPI, Consumer Price Index, measures changes in prices of all goods and services consumed by the population of a country or a region. The CPI is a statistical estimate constructed with the prices of a sample of representative items whose prices are collected monthly. This study is performed on a set of products (basket), as food, transportation, education, clothing, etc. The CPI change is expressed as a percentage, inflation rate. If positive indicates that prices have risen, inflation , otherwise, if negative indicates falling prices, deflation . In recent years it has been used for the same purpose as CPI HICP, Harmonized Price Index. Both indices are used to measure inflation, ie the evolution of prices of goods and services, but calculated on different products or using different methods.