Inflation inched up in January, with Bermuda consumers paying three per cent more than they did a year earlier for the basket of goods and services measured in the island’s Consumer Price Index [CPI].
The inflation rate increased 0.1 per cent from the 2.9 per cent measured in December 2011.
The Health & Personal Care sector remained the largest contributor to the twelve-month rate of price increase. The annual increase to January 2012 was 6.9 per cent.
The Food and Fuel & Power sectors also impacted strongly on the annual rate of inflation. Price shifts in these two sectors were 3.8 and 13.4 per cent, respectively.
The full report is below, click ‘Fullscreen’ for greater clarity:
- December 2012 Consumer Price Index
- November 2012 Consumer Price Index
- February Inflation Down Marginally
- December Inflation Down Marginally
- November Consumer Price Index
- 2013 Household Expenditure Survey Begins