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January 2021 Consumer Price Index Report

January 2021 Consumer Price Index Report

Following a 0.3% increase in annual inflation for December 2020, consumers paid -0.3% less than they did a year ago for the basket of goods and services included in the Consumer Price Index [CPI]. A Government spokesperson said, “Today, Minister for the Cabinet Office the Hon. Wayne L. Furbert, JP, MP, released the January 2021 Consumer Price Index... Read more of this article

December 2020 Consumer Price Index Report

December 2020 Consumer Price Index Report

After five consecutive months of negative annual inflation, consumers paid 0.3% more than they did a year ago for the basket of goods and services included in the Consumer Price Index [CPI]. A Government spokesperson said, “Today, the Minister for the Cabinet Office the Hon. Wayne L. Furbert, JP, MP, issued the December 2020 Consumer Price Index [CPI]... Read more of this article

‘Annual Rate Of Inflation Remains Negative’

‘Annual Rate Of Inflation Remains Negative’

“The annual rate of inflation remains negative for a fifth consecutive month,” according to the newly released Consumer Price Index [CPI] from the Department of Statistics. A Government spokesperson said, “The Minister for the Cabinet Office Wayne Furbert released the November 2020 Consumer Price Index [CPI]. Minister Furbert said, “In November... Read more of this article

‘Annual Rate Of Inflation Remains Negative’

‘Annual Rate Of Inflation Remains Negative’

“The annual rate of inflation remains negative for a fourth consecutive month,” according to the newly released Consumer Price Index [CPI] from the Department of Statistics. A Government spokesperson said, “Today, the Minister for the Cabinet Office the Hon. Wayne L. Furbert, JP, MP, released the October 2020 Consumer Price Index [CPI] publication... Read more of this article

‘Annual Rate Of Inflation Remained Unchanged’

‘Annual Rate Of Inflation Remained Unchanged’

“The annual rate of inflation remained unchanged from the previous month,” according to the newly released Consumer Price Index [CPI] from the Department of Statistics. A Government spokesperson said, “Minister for the Cabinet Office the Hon. Wayne L. Furbert, JP, MP, released the September 2020 Consumer Price Index [CPI] publication from the... Read more of this article

‘Second Period Of Negative Inflation For Year’

‘Second Period Of Negative Inflation For Year’

“August 2020 marks the second period of negative inflation for the year,” according to the newly released Consumer Price Index [CPI] from the Department of Statistics. Minister for the Cabinet Office Wayne Furbert explained, “In August 2020 consumers paid 0.7 per cent less than they did for the CPI basket of goods and services in August... Read more of this article

‘First Period Of Negative Inflation Since 1965′

‘First Period Of Negative Inflation Since 1965′

July 2020 marks the first period of negative inflation since March 1965, according to the newly released Consumer Price Index [CPI]. Minister for the Cabinet Office Wayne Furbert said, “In July 2020 consumers paid 1.4 percent less than they did for the CPI basket of goods and services in July 2019. Between June 2020 and July 2020 the average cost... Read more of this article

June Marks Second Period Of No Inflation

June Marks Second Period Of No Inflation

“June 2020 marks the second year-over-year period of no inflation for 2020,” according to the recently released Consumer Price Index [CPI]. Minister for the Cabinet Office Wayne Furbert said, “In June 2020 consumers paid the same as they did for the CPI basket of goods and services in June 2019. Between May 2020 and June 2020 the average cost... Read more of this article

Consumer Price Index: Inflation Increased 0.4%

Consumer Price Index: Inflation Increased 0.4%

Consumers paid 0.4% more in May 2020 than they did a year ago for the basket of goods and services included in the Consumer Price Index [CPI] and the rate of inflation edged up 0.4 percentage points from the 0.0% measured in April 2020. A Government spokesperson said, “Today, the Department of Statistics released the May 2020 Consumer Price Index... Read more of this article

First Period Of No Inflation Since December 1974

First Period Of No Inflation Since December 1974

“April 2020 marks the first period of no inflation since December 1974,” according to the recently released Consumer Price Index [CPI] for April 2020. Minister for the Cabinet Office Wayne Furbert said, “In April 2020 consumers paid the same as they did for the CPI basket of goods and services in April 2019. Between March 2020 and April... Read more of this article

Consumer Price Index: Inflation Decreased 0.6%

Consumer Price Index: Inflation Decreased 0.6%

Consumers paid 0.3% more in March 2020 than they did a year ago for the basket of goods and services included in the Consumer Price Index [CPI] and the level of inflation decreased 0.6 percentage point from February 2020. Minister for the Cabinet Office Wayne Furbert said, “In March 2020 consumers paid 0.3 per cent more for the CPI basket of goods... Read more of this article

Consumer Price Index: Inflation Decreased 0.1%

Consumer Price Index: Inflation Decreased 0.1%

Consumers paid 0.9% more in February 2020 than they did a year ago for the basket of goods and services included in the Consumer Price Index [CPI] and the level of inflation decreased 0.1 percentage point from January 2020. Minister for the Cabinet Office Wayne Furbert said, “In February 2020 consumers paid 0.9 percent more for the CPI basket of goods... Read more of this article

Consumer Price Index: Inflation Increased 0.5%

Consumer Price Index: Inflation Increased 0.5%

Consumers paid 1.0% more in January 2020 than they did a year ago for the basket of goods & services included in the Consumer Price Index [CPI] and the level of inflation increased 0.5 percentage points from December 2019. A Governmnent spokesperson said, “Today, the Department of Statistics issued the January 2020 Consumer Price Index publication... Read more of this article