Estonian Inflation Was Slowest in Eight Months in June at 4.9%
Estonian consumer-price growth was the slowest in eight months in June as food-price increases eased.
Consumer prices rose 4.9 percent from a year earlier, the Tallinn-based statistics office said on its website today. That compares with a 5.4 percent increase in May. Prices were unchanged on the month in June from the previous period.
Annual inflation may slow from “autumn” as global food prices decline and crop forecasts are improving, the Finance Ministry said last month.
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