CPI increased by 6.58% and domestic PPI increased by 3.25% in May 2016
Consumer price index (CPI) increased by 0.58% in May 2016...
A rise in general index was realized in CPI (2003=100) on the previous month by 0.58%, on December of the previous year by 3.15%, on same month of the previous year by 6.58% and on the twelve months moving averages basis by 7.71% in May 2016.
.The highest monthly increase was 8.04% in clothing and footwear
In May 2016, the indices rose for transportation 1.10%, for education 1.04%, for miscellaneous goods and services 0.95% and for communications 0.92%.
.The highest monthly decrease was observed by 1.64% in food and non-alcoholic beverages
In May 2016, the indices declined for furnishings and household equipment 0.28% and for alcoholic beverages and tobacco 0.03%.
.The highest annual increase was 12.79% in alcoholic beverages and tobacco
Miscellaneous goods and services (11.87%), hotels, cafes and restaurants (10.59%), health (9.58%), furnishings and household equipment (9.18%) were the other main groups where high annual increases were realized.
Domestic producer price index increased by 1.48%...
Domestic producer price index (D-PPI) increased by 1.48% on monthly basis, increased by 2.77% on December of the previous year basis, increased by 3.25% on same month of the previous year basis and increased by 5.19% on the twelve months moving averages basis in May 2016.
D-PPI monthly increased by 2.43% in the index for mining and stone quarrying, increased by 1.87% in the index for manufacturing, decreased by 3.25% in the index for electricity and gas and increased by 0.49% for water supply.
.The highest monthly increase was in coke and refined petroleum products
The highest rates of monthly increase in D-PPI by sub divisions of industry were indices for coke and refined petroleum products (14.58%), for crude petroleum and natural gas (10.00%), for basic metals (5.93%). On the other hand the highest rates of monthly decrease in D-PPI by sub divisions of industry were indices for electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning (-3.25%), for wearing apparel (-0.78%) and for paper and paper products (-0.69%).
.The highest monthly increase in main industrial groupings was in intermediate goods
According to main industrial groupings classification in May 2016, the highest rates of monthly increase were in intermediate goods and the highest rates of annual increase were in durable consumer goods.