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Malaysia CPI YoY 2010=100

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Sector MACP presents data relating to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for Malaysia. Methodology: CPI measures the average rate of change in prices of a fixed basket of goods andservices that represents the expenditure pattern of all households in Malaysia. Base year : (2010=100) For previous CPI figures, please refer to {ALLX MYCP}. Changes to index as per base year: 1985 - 1990 = (1980=100) 1991 - 1994 = (1990=100) 1995 - 2000 = (1994=100) 2001 - 2005 = (2000=100) 2005-2010 = (2005=100) {MACPIYOY Index HP Y} lists the year-on-year percentage change of monthly CPI for the latest base year 2010=100. Year-on-year values prior to 2011 for this ticker are based on previous base years with differences in weights. The time series has been combined for the purposes of trend analysis.For Malaysia Annual CPI base 2010=100: {MACPIANN Index}. For Malaysia Annual CPI base 2005=100: {MYCPIA5N Index}. For Malaysia CPI from 1957, please refer to IMF ticker at {5486639 Index HP}. For weighting of each base year, please enquire for the source file from Bloomberg Helpdesk. History is stored independently for monthly and yearly frequencies. HP values for these frequencies may not match each other. Note that when only one frequency is stored in history, for the other frequencies, history is derived from that of the stored frequency. For example, HP W, HP M, HP Q and HP Y will derive data from HP D when only daily history is stored, HP Q and HP Y will derive data from HP M when only monthly history is stored. As another example, if both daily and monthly are stored, HP W will derive data from HP D, while HP Q and HP Y will derive data from HP M and so on.

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