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NBS: Inflation rises to 11.24% in September

Inflation rate

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), says inflation rate in September 2019 increased by 0.22 per cent to 11.24 per cent from 11.02 per cent recorded in August.

It said this in its “Consumer Price Index (CPI), September 2019” released on Tuesday in Abuja.

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“Increases were recorded in all COICOP divisions that yielded the Headline index.

“On month-on-month basis, the headline index increased by 1.04 per cent in September, this is 0.05 per cent rate higher than the rate recorded in August (0.99) per cent.”

It also said that urban inflation rate increased by 11.78 per cent (year-on-year) in September from 11.48 per cent recorded in August, while the rural inflation rate increased by 10.77 per cent in September from 10.61 per cent in August.

According to the NBS, on a month-on-month basis, the urban index rose by 1.13 per cent in September, up by 0.09 from 1.04 per cent recorded in August.

It added that the rural index also rose by 0 .96 per cent in September, up by 0.03 per cent from the rate recorded in August (0.93) per cent.

The report said that the corresponding twelve-month year-on-year average percentage change for the urban index is 11.63 per cent in September.

This, it said, was higher than 11.62 per cent reported in August, while the corresponding rural inflation rate in September was 10.94 per cent compared to 10.95 per cent recorded in August. (NAN)

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