Eurostat: Greek rate of inflation rises to 0.6% in October
The rate of inflation in Greece during October amounted to 0.6%, up from -0.1% in September 2016, according to the latest date published by Eurostat
Furthermore, the figures show that the Euro area annual inflation was 0.5% in October 2016, up from 0.4% in September. In October 2015 the rate was 0.1%. European Union annual inflation was 0.5% in October 2016, up from 0.4% in September. A year earlier the rate was 0.0%.
Bulgaria (-1%), Cyprus (-1%), Ireland (-0.4%) and Croatia (-0.3%) had the lowest inflation rates, while Belgium (1.9%), Austria (1.4%), Sweden (1.1%) and Portugal (1.1%) had the highest rates.
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