Inflation in the Eurozone in January amounted to 8.6 percent. Last Minute EUROPE, CURRENT, TOURISM headlines and events


The European Statistical Office (Eurostat) has published final data on inflation in the European Union (EU) and the Eurozone for January.

Accordingly, annual inflation in the euro area, which was 9.2 percent in December, was 8.6 percent in January.

In preliminary Eurozone data, January inflation was announced at 8.5 percent. In the final data, inflation in the euro area was revised upwards.

Inflation in the Eurozone fell by 0.2 percent in January compared to the previous month.

Inflation in the EU, which was 10.4 in December, was 10 percent in January.

Inflation was 5.1 percent in the eurozone and 5.6 percent in the EU in January last year.

Food, alcohol and tobacco accounted for 2.94 percent of inflation in the euro area, 2.17 percent for energy, 1.8 percent for services and 1.73 percent for non-energy manufactured goods.

Annual inflation was 26.2% in Hungary, 21.4% in Latvia, 19.1% in the Czech Republic, 18.6% in Estonia, 18.5% in Lithuania, 15% in Poland in January.9, 15.1 % in Slovakia, 14.1% in Bulgaria, 13.4% in Romania, 12.5 percent in Croatia, 11.5 percent in Austria, 10.7 percent in Italy.

Thus, inflation was measured in double digits in 12 EU member states.

The indicated inflation is 9.9% in Slovenia, 9.6% in Sweden, 9.2% in Germany, 8.6% in Portugal, 8.4% in the Netherlands and Denmark, 8.4% in Finland, 7.9 % in Ireland, 7.5% in Belgium, 7.4%. in Greece, 7.3 percent in Greece, 7 percent in France, 6.8 percent in Malta and Cyprus, 5.9 percent in Spain and 5.8 percent in Luxembourg.

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