Czech inflation accelerates in September


Czech consumer price inflation rose to 4.9% in September from 4.1% in August, data from the Prague-based Czech Statistical Office (CZSO) showed on Monday.

This acceleration of price growth came mainly driven by prices of housing and utilities (4.7%) transport (9.6%), clothing and footwear (9.4%), food and non-alcoholic beverages (1.9%).

On a monthly basis, consumer prices went up by 0.2%, slowing from a 0.7% increase in the previous month. 


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