Inflation in Croatia
Croatia - Inflation
Inflation bounces back from over two-year low in February
Consumer prices rose 0.2% from the previous month in February, rebounding from the 0.9% decline recorded in January. According to the Croatian Bureau of Statistics (CBS), February’s uptick largely reflected higher fuel prices.
Meanwhile, inflation edged up from an over two-year low of 0.2% in January to 0.5% in February. Annual average inflation remained unchanged at the previous month’s 1.4% in February.
Croatia Inflation Forecast
FocusEconomics Consensus Forecast panelists expect inflation to average 1.4% in 2019, which is down 0.1 percentage points from last month’s forecast. In 2020, the panel expects inflation to average 1.8%.
Croatia - Inflation Data
|Inflation Rate (CPI, annual variation in %)||2.2||-0.2||-0.5||-1.1||1.1|
5 years of economic forecasts for more than 30 economic indicators.
Croatia Inflation Chart
Source: Central Bureau of Statistics and FocusEconomics calculations.
|Bond Yield||1.86||0.0 %||Mar 20|
|Exchange Rate||6.50||-0.54 %||Mar 20|
|Stock Market||1,787||-0.48 %||Mar 20|
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March 15, 2019
Consumer prices rose 0.2% from the previous month in February, rebounding from the 0.9% decline recorded in January.
March 7, 2019
In January, industrial output rose 4.7%% in working-day adjusted terms over the same month last year, contrasting December’s sharp 6.6% decline and marking the strongest expansion in over two years.
March 1, 2019
The Croatian economy lost traction in the final quarter of last year, according to detailed GDP data released by the Statistical Institute on 1 March, with annual economic growth sliding to 2.3% from 2.8% in the third quarter.
February 22, 2019
Consumer prices fell 0.9% from the previous month in January, following the 0.8% drop recorded in December and marking the third consecutive monthly decline.
January 29, 2019
In December, industrial output fell 6.6% in working-day adjusted terms over the same month last year, deteriorating from November’s 0.8% dip and marking the sharpest drop in over six years.