Monthly inflation rate in EU countries January 2019

Inflation rate in EU countries in January 2019 (compared to the same month of the previous year)

by H. Plecher, last edited Apr 1, 2019
Monthly inflation rate in EU countries January 2019 The statistic shows the inflation rate in the EU countries in January 2019. Inflation or currency devaluation (drop in the value of money), is characterized by a steady rise in the prices of finished products (consumer goods, capital goods). The consumer price index tracks price trends of private consumption expenditure, and shows an increase in the indexes current level of inflation. In January 2019, the inflation rate in Latvia was at 2.9 percent compared to the same month of the previous year. The overall EU GDP (gross domestic product), an important indicator of a country's well-being, amounted to approximately 14 million around the same time.
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Inflation rate in EU countries in January 2019 (compared to the same month of the previous year)

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Inflation rate compared to previous year
Romania3.2%
Latvia2.9%
Hungary2.8%
Estonia2.8%
Slowakia2.2%
Bulgaria2.2%
Cyprus2.1%
Czech Republic2%
Sweden2%
Netherlands2%
United Kingdom1.8%
Belgium1.8%
Germany1.7%
Austria1.7%
Lithuania1.6%
Luxembourg1.6%
EU1.5%
Euro area1.4%
France1.4%
Slovenia1.2%
Finland1.2%
Denmark1.2%
Spain1%
Malta1%
Italy0.9%
Ireland0.8%
Poland0.7%
Portugal0.6%
Croatia0.6%
Greece0.5%
Inflation rate compared to previous year
Romania3.2%
Latvia2.9%
Hungary2.8%
Estonia2.8%
Slowakia2.2%
Bulgaria2.2%
Cyprus2.1%
Czech Republic2%
Sweden2%
Netherlands2%
United Kingdom1.8%
Belgium1.8%
Germany1.7%
Austria1.7%
Lithuania1.6%
Luxembourg1.6%
EU1.5%
Euro area1.4%
France1.4%
Slovenia1.2%
Finland1.2%
Denmark1.2%
Spain1%
Malta1%
Italy0.9%
Ireland0.8%
Poland0.7%
Portugal0.6%
Croatia0.6%
Greece0.5%
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by H. Plecher, last edited Apr 1, 2019
The statistic shows the inflation rate in the EU countries in January 2019. Inflation or currency devaluation (drop in the value of money), is characterized by a steady rise in the prices of finished products (consumer goods, capital goods). The consumer price index tracks price trends of private consumption expenditure, and shows an increase in the indexes current level of inflation. In January 2019, the inflation rate in Latvia was at 2.9 percent compared to the same month of the previous year. The overall EU GDP (gross domestic product), an important indicator of a country's well-being, amounted to approximately 14 million around the same time.
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