"Prices Remain Delirious"... In Spain, the Spectacular Drop in Inflation, Miracle or Mirage? 1

“Prices Remain Delirious”… In Spain, the Spectacular Drop in Inflation, Miracle or Mirage?

COST OF LIVING: With inflation at just 3.2% in May, Spain is a good European student in the face of rising prices. But these flattering figures have not erased the difficult end of the month What if Spain had beaten inflation? In a few months, the Iberian country saw its curve fall from 10.8% to only 3.2%, […]

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Inflation: Lower food prices to "spend the summer in the best conditions"

Inflation: Lower Food Prices to “Spend the Summer in the Best Conditions”

INFLATION: The commitment of manufacturers to lower the prices of a hundred food products is really good news for consumers Hundreds of food products will see their prices drop from July under a commitment made to Bercy by 75 major food manufacturers, Bruno Le Maire promised on Friday. Among the products concerned, Bruno Le Maire cited […]

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Inflation slowed to 5.9% YoY in December

Rising Prices: Inflation Slowed to 5.9% YoY in December

PURCHASING POWER: Over one year, inflation continued to be driven by the rise in energy prices, which jumped by 15.1%, and that of food products, up very sharply by 12.1% In France, the rise in inflation slowed in December to 5.9% over one year, against 6.2% in November, according to the provisional estimate communicated by INSEE on Wednesday. A temporary […]

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Inflation rises in France by 6.2 percent

Inflation Accelerates in October: Prices Rose by 6.2% Over One Year

This rebound in inflation would be due to the acceleration in the prices of energy, food, and manufactured goods. Unheard of since June 1985. The rise in consumer prices in France accelerated again in October, to 6.2% over one year, after two months of slowdown, according to provisional data published this Friday by INSEE. This […]

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