Brazil Consumer Price Index: Broad Category-15 (IPCA-15): POF 2002-2003: Dec1993=100: Month on Month

Brazil IPCA-15: MoM

2002 - 2012 | Monthly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM data was reported at 0.650 % in Jan 2012. This records an increase from the previous number of 0.560 % for Dec 2011. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM data is updated monthly, averaging 0.460 % from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012, with 118 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 3.050 % in Dec 2002 and a record low of -0.180 % in Jul 2003. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Inflation – Table BR.IA017: Consumer Price Index: Broad Category-15 (IPCA-15): POF 2002-2003: Dec1993=100: Month on Month.

Last

0.650

Jan 2012
Previous

0.560

Dec 2011
Min

-0.180

Jul 2003
Max

3.050

Dec 2002
Unit

%

Frequency

monthly

Range

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012
Last Previous Frequency Range

0.650

% Jan 2012

0.560

% Dec 2011

monthly

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012

View Brazil's IPCA-15: MoM from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012 in the chart:

Brazil IPCA-15: MoM: Apparel

2002 - 2012 | Monthly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Apparel data was reported at 0.190 % in Jan 2012. This records a decrease from the previous number of 1.100 % for Dec 2011. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Apparel data is updated monthly, averaging 0.690 % from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012, with 118 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 1.930 % in Jun 2003 and a record low of -0.640 % in Feb 2007. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Apparel data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Inflation – Table BR.IA017: Consumer Price Index: Broad Category-15 (IPCA-15): POF 2002-2003: Dec1993=100: Month on Month.

Last

0.190

Jan 2012
Previous

1.100

Dec 2011
Min

-0.640

Feb 2007
Max

1.930

Jun 2003
Unit

%

Frequency

monthly

Range

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012
Last Previous Frequency Range

0.190

% Jan 2012

1.100

% Dec 2011

monthly

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012

View Brazil's IPCA-15: MoM: Apparel from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012 in the chart:

Brazil IPCA-15: MoM: Communication

2002 - 2012 | Monthly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Communication data was reported at 0.370 % in Jan 2012. This records an increase from the previous number of 0.110 % for Dec 2011. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Communication data is updated monthly, averaging 0.060 % from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012, with 118 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 5.170 % in Aug 2003 and a record low of -0.450 % in Sep 2007. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Communication data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Inflation – Table BR.IA017: Consumer Price Index: Broad Category-15 (IPCA-15): POF 2002-2003: Dec1993=100: Month on Month.

Last

0.370

Jan 2012
Previous

0.110

Dec 2011
Min

-0.450

Sep 2007
Max

5.170

Aug 2003
Unit

%

Frequency

monthly

Range

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012
Last Previous Frequency Range

0.370

% Jan 2012

0.110

% Dec 2011

monthly

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012

View Brazil's IPCA-15: MoM: Communication from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012 in the chart:

Brazil IPCA-15: MoM: Education

2002 - 2012 | Monthly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Education data was reported at 0.390 % in Jan 2012. This records an increase from the previous number of 0.040 % for Dec 2011. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Education data is updated monthly, averaging 0.135 % from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012, with 118 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 6.890 % in Feb 2004 and a record low of -0.430 % in Mar 2009. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Education data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Inflation – Table BR.IA017: Consumer Price Index: Broad Category-15 (IPCA-15): POF 2002-2003: Dec1993=100: Month on Month.

Last

0.390

Jan 2012
Previous

0.040

Dec 2011
Min

-0.430

Mar 2009
Max

6.890

Feb 2004
Unit

%

Frequency

monthly

Range

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012
Last Previous Frequency Range

0.390

% Jan 2012

0.040

% Dec 2011

monthly

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012

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Brazil IPCA-15: MoM: Food & Beverage

2002 - 2012 | Monthly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Food & Beverage data was reported at 1.250 % in Jan 2012. This records a decrease from the previous number of 1.280 % for Dec 2011. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Food & Beverage data is updated monthly, averaging 0.465 % from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012, with 118 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 5.600 % in Dec 2002 and a record low of -1.020 % in Jul 2003. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Food & Beverage data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Inflation – Table BR.IA017: Consumer Price Index: Broad Category-15 (IPCA-15): POF 2002-2003: Dec1993=100: Month on Month.

Last

1.250

Jan 2012
Previous

1.280

Dec 2011
Min

-1.020

Jul 2003
Max

5.600

Dec 2002
Unit

%

Frequency

monthly

Range

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012
Last Previous Frequency Range

1.250

% Jan 2012

1.280

% Dec 2011

monthly

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012

View Brazil's IPCA-15: MoM: Food & Beverage from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012 in the chart:

Brazil IPCA-15: MoM: Health & Personal Care

2002 - 2012 | Monthly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Health & Personal Care data was reported at 0.400 % in Jan 2012. This records a decrease from the previous number of 0.410 % for Dec 2011. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Health & Personal Care data is updated monthly, averaging 0.400 % from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012, with 118 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 2.880 % in Apr 2003 and a record low of -0.030 % in Sep 2004. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Health & Personal Care data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Inflation – Table BR.IA017: Consumer Price Index: Broad Category-15 (IPCA-15): POF 2002-2003: Dec1993=100: Month on Month.

Last

0.400

Jan 2012
Previous

0.410

Dec 2011
Min

-0.030

Sep 2004
Max

2.880

Apr 2003
Unit

%

Frequency

monthly

Range

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012
Last Previous Frequency Range

0.400

% Jan 2012

0.410

% Dec 2011

monthly

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012

View Brazil's IPCA-15: MoM: Health & Personal Care from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012 in the chart:

Brazil IPCA-15: MoM: Home Appliances

2002 - 2012 | Monthly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Home Appliances data was reported at -0.680 % in Jan 2012. This records a decrease from the previous number of 0.050 % for Dec 2011. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Home Appliances data is updated monthly, averaging 0.190 % from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012, with 118 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 2.820 % in Dec 2002 and a record low of -0.750 % in May 2006. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Home Appliances data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Inflation – Table BR.IA017: Consumer Price Index: Broad Category-15 (IPCA-15): POF 2002-2003: Dec1993=100: Month on Month.

Last

-0.680

Jan 2012
Previous

0.050

Dec 2011
Min

-0.750

May 2006
Max

2.820

Dec 2002
Unit

%

Frequency

monthly

Range

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012
Last Previous Frequency Range

-0.680

% Jan 2012

0.050

% Dec 2011

monthly

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012

View Brazil's IPCA-15: MoM: Home Appliances from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012 in the chart:

Brazil IPCA-15: MoM: Housing

2002 - 2012 | Monthly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Housing data was reported at 0.540 % in Jan 2012. This stayed constant from the previous number of 0.540 % for Dec 2011. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Housing data is updated monthly, averaging 0.450 % from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012, with 118 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 2.590 % in May 2003 and a record low of -0.450 % in Aug 2007. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Housing data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Inflation – Table BR.IA017: Consumer Price Index: Broad Category-15 (IPCA-15): POF 2002-2003: Dec1993=100: Month on Month.

Last

0.540

Jan 2012
Previous

0.540

Dec 2011
Min

-0.450

Aug 2007
Max

2.590

May 2003
Unit

%

Frequency

monthly

Range

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012
Last Previous Frequency Range

0.540

% Jan 2012

0.540

% Dec 2011

monthly

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012

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Brazil IPCA-15: MoM: Personal Expenses

2002 - 2012 | Monthly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Personal Expenses data was reported at 0.550 % in Jan 2012. This records a decrease from the previous number of 0.740 % for Dec 2011. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Personal Expenses data is updated monthly, averaging 0.585 % from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012, with 118 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 2.710 % in Jan 2003 and a record low of 0.030 % in Jul 2003. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Personal Expenses data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Inflation – Table BR.IA017: Consumer Price Index: Broad Category-15 (IPCA-15): POF 2002-2003: Dec1993=100: Month on Month.

Last

0.550

Jan 2012
Previous

0.740

Dec 2011
Min

0.030

Jul 2003
Max

2.710

Jan 2003
Unit

%

Frequency

monthly

Range

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012
Last Previous Frequency Range

0.550

% Jan 2012

0.740

% Dec 2011

monthly

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012

View Brazil's IPCA-15: MoM: Personal Expenses from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012 in the chart:

Brazil IPCA-15: MoM: Transportation

2002 - 2012 | Monthly | % | Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Transportation data was reported at 0.790 % in Jan 2012. This records an increase from the previous number of -0.080 % for Dec 2011. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Transportation data is updated monthly, averaging 0.280 % from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012, with 118 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 4.750 % in Feb 2003 and a record low of -1.320 % in Jul 2003. Brazil’s IPCA-15: MoM: Transportation data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. The data is categorized under Brazil Premium Database’s Inflation – Table BR.IA017: Consumer Price Index: Broad Category-15 (IPCA-15): POF 2002-2003: Dec1993=100: Month on Month.

Last

0.790

Jan 2012
Previous

-0.080

Dec 2011
Min

-1.320

Jul 2003
Max

4.750

Feb 2003
Unit

%

Frequency

monthly

Range

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012
Last Previous Frequency Range

0.790

% Jan 2012

-0.080

% Dec 2011

monthly

Apr 2002 - Jan 2012

Updated on 20 Feb 2012

View Brazil's IPCA-15: MoM: Transportation from Apr 2002 to Jan 2012 in the chart:

IPCA-15: MoM
IPCA-15: MoM: Apparel
IPCA-15: MoM: Communication
IPCA-15: MoM: Education
IPCA-15: MoM: Food & Beverage
IPCA-15: MoM: Health & Personal Care
IPCA-15: MoM: Home Appliances
IPCA-15: MoM: Housing
IPCA-15: MoM: Personal Expenses
IPCA-15: MoM: Transportation
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