The annual consumer inflation rate (CPI) of the countries that make up the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) accelerated to 10.3% in June, reaching the highest level since June 1988, according to a statement released by the OECD on Wednesday. -fair. In May, the region’s annual CPI was 9.7% (revised data).
Only OECD energy prices jumped 40.7% year-on-year in June, after a 35.4% advance in May.
Excluding food and energy prices, which are quite volatile, the OECD consumer price index rose 6.7% in June compared to the same month last year.
In the G-7, which comprises the world’s seven largest economies, the annual CPI rate accelerated from 7.5% in May to 7.9% in June, the OECD said.
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