Inflation slows down to 2.8%; fuel prices up by 20.2%

Published: 16.08.2021 Related countries:  Czech Republic Czech Republic

The aggregate consumer price index excluding imputed rent was 102.6%.

Consumer prices in the Czech Republic rose by 2.8% y/y in June 2021, 0.1 pp down compared to May. The Czech Statistical Office reported that prices in the transport section again had the biggest impact on growth. Prices of cars were 5.7% higher and prices of fuels and oils 20.2% higher. Prices of goods rose by 2.4% in aggregate and prices of services by 3.4%. The aggregate consumer price index excluding imputed rent was 102.6%. On a month-on-month basis, consumer prices rose by 0.5%.


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Source: Czech Information Agency