Cyprus Mail

April inflation seen at -2.5%, Cystat says

The consumer price index fell 2.5 per cent in April after falling at the same pace in March, mainly on lower prices for energy and food, the statistical service said.

In April, consumer prices rose 0.2 per cent compared to March, mainly on higher fuel, clothing and footwear prices, which offset cheaper electricity, Cystat said in a statement on its website on Thursday.

In January to April, consumer prices fell on average 2.2 per cent compared to the respective period in 2015, Cystat said.

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