Ireland inflation cpi

Ireland inflation cpi: 2.2 (-15.38%)
Last Update: June 30, 2024

Ireland inflation cpi closed down 2.2 as of June 30, 2024 from 2.6 from the previous month and 6.1 from last year.

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Ireland inflation cpi

2024-06-30 2.2
2024-05-31 2.6
2024-04-30 2.6
2024-03-31 2.9
2024-02-29 3.4
2024-01-31 4.1
2023-12-31 4.6
2023-11-30 3.9
2023-10-31 5.1
2023-09-30 6.4
2023-08-31 6.3
2023-07-31 5.8
2023-06-30 6.1
2023-05-31 6.6
2023-04-30 7.2
2023-03-31 7.7
2023-02-28 8.5
2023-01-31 7.8
2022-12-31 8.2
2022-11-30 8.9
2022-10-31 9.2
2022-09-30 8.2
2022-08-31 8.7
2022-07-31 9.1

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What is the Ireland inflation cpi

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in Ireland measures the average change over time in the prices paid by consumers for a basket of goods and services. This index is used to track inflation and gauge the purchasing power of consumers in the country. When the CPI increases, it indicates that prices are rising and the cost of living is going up. Conversely, a decrease in the CPI suggests that prices are falling and the purchasing power of consumers is increasing. Monitoring the CPI is important for policymakers, businesses, and individuals as it can have implications for economic growth, interest rates, and consumer spending habits.