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Thailand Inflation April 2018

Thailand: In April, inflation reaches Central Bank’s target range for the first time in five months

In April, consumer prices in Thailand increased 0.45% over the previous month, contrasting the 0.09% drop in prices seen in March. The increase was driven by higher prices for virtually all sub-categories. Price increases in the food and non-alcoholic beverages, and non-food and beverages groups had the biggest impact on the consumer price index movement; prices for recreation and education were, meanwhile, unchanged.

Inflation in April increased to 1.1%, up from the prior month’s 0.8%. The result overshot market expectations and marked the first time in five months inflation was within the Bank of Thailand’s target range of 1.0%–4.0%. Core inflation, meanwhile, was unchanged at 0.6%.

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