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Prices rose 5 decimals in November and Catalonia reaches 2.5% yearly inflation rate

The price increase is the result of the start of the winter season, in particular regarding clothing and shoe sales.

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15 December 2010 09:23 PM

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ACN / Josep Molina

Madrid (ACN).- Prices increased 5 decimals in November in Catalonia, according to the Spanish Institute of Statistics. The inflation rate of the last twelve months is 2.5%, a decimal less than the number registered in October. For the whole of Spain, prices also rose 5 decimals last November. However, the annual inflation for the whole of Spain was 2 decimals lower than Catalonia\u2019s, reaching 2.3%. The sectors that provoked the price increase were clothing and shoes, which rose 5.1% in Catalonia and 4.8% for the whole of Spain. They were conditioned by the start of the winter season. Fuel was also more expensive than in October, concretely 9 decimals.


However, leisure and culture items saw their price decrease, together with hotels, bars and restaurants. The end of the summer season, which includes part of October, is the main reason.

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  • Clothing and shoes were responsible of the November increase (by ACN)

  • Clothing and shoes were responsible of the November increase (by ACN)