The National Bureau of Statistics has said that the Consumer Price Index which measures inflation rate dropped to 11.22% in June - the lowest since July 2018. Although the indicators were positive, the price of foodstuffs, including bread, meat and potatoes has increased.
Why Falling Inflation Rate Has No Effect On Nigerians - Economists
Vanguard, 21 July 2019
Some notable economists in the country have given reasons why the recent consumer price inflation fall has failed to have positive impact on the living standards of Nigerians. Read more »
Inflation Falls to 11.22% - Lowest in One Year
Premium Times, 15 July 2019
The National Bureau of Statistics on Monday said the Consumer Price Index (CPI) which measures inflation rate dropped to 11.22 per cent in June 2019. Read more »
Inflation Drops to 11.22%
Leadership, 16 July 2019
The rate at which prices of goods and services rise declined significantly last month with inflation figures for June dropping to 11.22 per cent, 0.18 percent points lower than the… Read more »
Inflation Rate Dropped to 11.22% in June - NBS
Daily Trust, 16 July 2019
Inflation rate dropped by 0.18 percent from 11.40 percent recorded in May to 11.22 in June, 2019, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has said. Read more »
Nigeria's Central Bank Governor Godwin Emefiele has said that he would work with the fiscal authority to pursue a double digit growth rate within the next five years and work ... Read more »
The National Bureau of Statistics has said that the Consumer Price Index, which measures inflation, increased to 11.44 percent in December from 11.28 percent, the highest inflation ... Read more »
The annual inflation rate dropped to 11.26% in October compared to 11.28% recorded in September. However, despite the decline in inflation figures, food prices have continued to ... Read more »
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