Finland’s September Consumer Price Inflation Slowed to 3.7%

Finnish inflation, including house prices and borrowing costs, slowed to an annual 3.7 percent in September, compared with 3.8 percent in the prior month, Statistics Finland in Helsinki said on its website today.

The median estimate of three economists surveyed by Bloomberg was for inflation of 3.5 percent in the year. In the month, prices rose 0.4 percent.

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