Greece inflation cpi

Greece inflation cpi: 2.3 (-4.17%)
Last Update: July 31, 2024

Greece inflation cpi closed down 2.3 as of July 31, 2024 from 2.4 from the previous month and 5.4 from last year.

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Greece inflation cpi

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Greece inflation cpi

2024-07-31 2.3
2024-06-30 2.4
2024-05-31 3.1
2024-04-30 3
2024-03-31 3.2
2024-02-29 2.7
2024-01-31 3.2
2023-12-31 3.1
2023-11-30 3.3
2023-10-31 3.5
2023-09-30 3.9
2023-08-31 5.3
2023-07-31 5.4
2023-06-30 4.9
2023-05-31 6.7
2023-04-30 6.1
2023-03-31 6.7
2023-02-28 6.6
2023-01-31 6
2022-12-31 5.2
2022-11-30 5.9
2022-10-31 5.2
2022-09-30 4.9
2022-08-31 4.2

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Greece inflation cpi Historical Data

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What is the Greece inflation cpi

In Greece, inflation is measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which tracks the average change in prices paid by consumers for a basket of goods and services over time. When inflation is high, it means that the cost of living is increasing, leading to a decrease in purchasing power for consumers. This can have negative effects on the economy, such as reducing consumer spending and potentially causing unemployment. On the other hand, low inflation can indicate a stable economy, but too low inflation may also signal stagnation. Policymakers in Greece closely monitor inflation rates to ensure price stability and make informed decisions on monetary policy to support economic growth.