Euro zone inflation rate stands at -0,3% in November

Considering the main components of the indicator, for food, alcohol and tobacco, inflation rose 1,9% (2,0% in October), followed by the service price index (0,6%, compared to 0,4 % of October), of non-energy industrial goods (-0,3%, compared to -0,1% in October), with energy prices continuing to fall sharply (-8,4%, compared to -8,2 , XNUMX% in October).

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The annual inflation rate in the eurozone was -0,3% in November, stable compared to October and below 1,0% year-on-year, according to a quick estimate released today by Eurostat.

The inflation rate has been on negative ground since August, in the euro zone.

Considering the main components of the indicator, for food, alcohol and tobacco, inflation rose 1,9% (2,0% in October), followed by the service price index (0,6%, compared to 0,4 % of October), of non-energy industrial goods (-0,3%, compared to -0,1% in October), with energy prices continuing to fall sharply (-8,4%, compared to -8,2 , XNUMX% in October).

The European statistical office publishes a new inflation bulletin in November the 17th, with data for the Member States.

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