Inflation in Serbia
Consumer price inflation in Serbia averaged 3.7% in the ten years to 2022, below the Eastern Europe regional average of 7.7%. The 2022 average figure was 12.0%. For more inflation information, visit our dedicated page.
Serbia Inflation Chart
Serbia Inflation Data
|Inflation (CPI, ann. var. %, aop)||2.0||1.8||1.6||4.1||12.0|
|Inflation (CPI, ann. var. %, eop)||2.0||1.8||1.3||7.9||15.1|
|Inflation (Core, ann. var. %, aop)||1.0||1.3||1.6||2.3||7.1|
Inflation falls to lowest level since January 2022 in October
Inflation fell to 8.5% in October from September’s 10.2%. October's result represented the lowest inflation rate since January 2022. The moderation was broad-based, with reduced price pressures recorded for food and non-alcoholic beverages, transportation, and housing and utilities. Moreover, prices for restaurants and hotels grew at a more subdued pace. Annual average inflation fell to 13.6% in October (September: 14.2%). Lastly, consumer prices increased 0.26% in October over the previous month, below September's 0.30% rise. October's result marked the lowest reading since July.
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