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What was CPI in 2014?

What was CPI in 2014?

The CPI rose 0.8 percent in 2014 after a 1.5 percent increase in 2013. It is considerably lower than the 2.1 percent average annual increase over the last ten years. The energy index, which rose slightly in both 2012 and 2013, declined sharply in 2014, falling 10.6 percent, the largest decline since 2008.

What was inflation in 2014?

Projected annual inflation rate in the United States from 2010 to 2026*

Characteristic Inflation rate
2017 2.14%
2016 1.26%
2015 0.12%
2014 1.62%

What is the current CPI in South Africa?

South Africa: Price

Reference Last
Consumer Price Index (CPI) Jul 2021 121.8
Wholesale Price Index 2016 141.94

What are the weights of CPI and CPIX?

The weights for the various expenditure groups as well as for the pensioners index, core inflation index and the CPIX (CPI, excluding interest rates on mortgage bonds) are presented in this statistical release. read more »

What does CPIX stand for in commercial real estate?

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Why did the CPI increase in April 2008?

This higher headline rate at April 2008 can be explained by increases in the annual rates of change for: •The CPI for food which increased to 15,7% at April 2008 from 15,3% at March 2008. •The CPI for household operation which increased to 12,5% at April 2008 from 7,2% at March 2008.

How are the CPI and HICP inflation rates presented?

The CPI inflation rates in the table are presented both on a monthly basis (compared to the month before) as well as on a yearly basis (compared to the same month the year before). Using the tabs you can switch between the 2014 CPI inflation overview and the 2014 HICP inflation overview.