Brazil September IPCA-15 Consumer Prices by Component

The following table details the IPCA-15 consumer price index by component, from Brazil’s national statistics agency in Rio de Janeiro.

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                   Sept.     Aug.     July     June      May    April    Sept.
                    2011     2011     2011     2011     2011     2011     2010
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IPCA-15 MoM%       0.53%    0.27%    0.10%    0.23%    0.70%    0.77%    0.31%
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Food/Beverage      0.72%    0.21%   -0.39%    0.11%    0.54%    0.79%    0.30%
Housing            0.49%    0.32%    0.28%    0.72%    0.93%    0.72%    0.32%
Household goods   -0.05%    0.66%    0.21%    0.31%   -0.28%   -0.07%    0.18%
Clothing           1.00%    0.68%    0.15%    1.28%    1.30%    1.46%    0.50%
Transportation     0.70%    0.03%   -0.02%   -0.73%    0.93%    1.45%    0.33%
Healthcare         0.40%    0.29%    0.58%    0.72%    0.96%    0.57%    0.40%
Pers. expenses     0.52%    0.49%    0.73%    0.60%    0.81%    0.51%    0.34%
Education          0.08%    0.24%    0.15%    0.03%    0.05%    0.07%    0.14%
Communication      0.00%   -0.06%   -0.11%    0.14%    0.09%    0.06%    0.08%
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NOTE: IPCA-15 data is collected from approx. the 15th of the 
previous month to the 15th of current month. IPCA data is collected 
from the 1st to the 30th of the previous month.

SOURCE: Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatistica (IBGE)

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