Year-on-year, cost went up for: food (+0.6 percent), fresh food (+3.5 percent), other food (+0.1 percent), clothing and footwear (+0.5 percent), actual rentals and services for dwellings (+1.0 percent), medical services (+0.2 percent), communication (+1.7 percent) and other services (+1.4 percent). In contrast, cost declined for: medical products (-2.9 percent), other manufactured products (-0.2 percent), petroleum products (-6.1 percent) and transport (-2.1 percent). Prices remained unchanged for tobacco.
On a monthly basis, consumer prices rose 0.1 percent, down from 0.4 percent in the preceding month and in line with estimates. Prices were up for: petroleum products (+4.0 percent), transport (+1.5 percent), communication (+0.2 percent) and other services (+0.3 percent). In contrast, prices declined for: food (-0.6 percent), fresh food (-4.0 percent), clothing and footwear (-1.7 percent) and medical products (-0.1 percent). Prices remained unchanged for: other food, tobacco, other manufactured products, actual rental and services for dwellings and medical services.
In June, core inflation indicator (ISJ) rose 0.1 percent month-on-month, the same pace as in May. Compared to the same month a year earlier, it went up by 0.7 percent, unchanged from the preceding month.
The Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) rose 0.1 percent in June over a month, after a 0.5 percent increase in the previous month. Year-on-year, it rose 0.3 percent, compared to a 0.1 percent rise in May.