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 Consumer price index (Month-on-month growth rate - Base 2012 - %)
Characteristic Description
Name Consumer price index (Month-on-month growth rate - Base 2012 - %) by Geographic localization (NUTS II - 2013) and Individual consumption by purpose; Monthly
Regularity Annual
Source Statistics Portugal, Consumer price index
First available period February 1991
Last available period May 2019
Dimensions
  • Data reference period (Month)
  • Geographic localization (NUTS II - 2013)
  • Individual consumption by purpose
Concepts
  • REFERENCE PERIOD:  The length of time for which data are collected, e.g. a specific day, month or year.
  • RESIDENT POPULATION:  The persons who regardless of the fact that at the moment of observation ' 0:00 a.m. of the reference day ' are present or absent in a given housing unit, this unit being where they live during most of the year with their family, or where they have all or most of their belongings.
  • CONSUMER PRICE:  Amount paid by households when acquiring individual goods and services based on monetary transactions. This amount corresponds to the value actually paid at the moment of acquisition and includes all indirect taxes minus subsidies on products, reductions and discounts, applied to consumers in general, and excludes interest and other costs associated with credit purchase.
Definition The monthly change compares the level of the variable between two consecutive months. Although this indicator allows for the regular monitoring of the trend of the variable, the calculation of this rate of change is particularly influenced by seasonal and other more specific effects in one (or both) of the months compared.
Formule [(CPI month t)/ (CPI month (t-1))-1]*100
Measure unit (symbol) Percentage (%)
Power of 10  0
Observations
Last update date 14/06/2019


information presented in 17/6/2019