IGP-10 of July rises 0.18% in July and accumulates an increase of 15.52% in the year

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The General Price Index – 10 (IGP-10) slowed the increase to 0 18% in July, after having increased 2.32% in June, informed the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV) this Friday, 16. The result was within the estimates of financial market analysts heard by Broadcast Projections, who expected from a fall of 0.46% to 0.28% advance. However, it was above the positive median of 0.15%.

As for the three indicators that make up the July IGP-10, wholesale prices measured by the IPA-10 dropped 0.07% in the month, compared to an increase of 2.64% in June. Consumer prices verified by the IPC-10 increased by 0.70% in July, after increasing by 0.72% in June. The INCC-10, which measures civil construction prices, rose 1.37% in July, after rising 2.81% in June.

The IGP-10 accumulated an increase of 15.52% in the year. The rate in 12 months was 34.61%. The price collection period for the July indicator was from the 11th of June to the 10th of this month.

Higher prices for airline tickets (26.99%), electricity (3.86%) and gasoline (1.42%) helped to sustain consumer inflation within the July IGP-10.

But within the CPI-10, six of the eight expense classes recorded lower change rates: Transport (from 1.69% in June to 0.81% in July), Health and Personal Care (from 0 30% to -0 .24%), Housing (from 1.41% to 1.17%), Clothing (from 0.83% to 0.34%), Miscellaneous Expenses (from 0.26% to 0.18%) and Communication ( from 0.10% to 0.04%).

The main contributions came from the following items: gasoline (from 3 16% to 1.42%), health plan and insurance (from 0.86% to -1.27%), residential water and sewage rate (from 2.08 % to -0.04%), clothing (from 1.06% to 0.47%), pet food (from 2 to 70% to 1.24%) and streaming services (from 2.16% to 0 .54%).

In the opposite direction, there was an increase in the rates of the groups Education, Reading and Recreation (from -0.76% to 2.23%) and Food (from 0 21% to 0.45%). The main influences came from the items: airfare (from -8.95% to 26.99%) and fruits (from -7.08% to -2.20%).