Countries With Lowest Core Consumer Prices - Bottom 10 World

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Core Consumer Prices Latest Reference
Armenia
Belarus
Bulgaria
Greece
Israel
Japan
Poland
Romania
Russia
Switzerland

Bulgaria Core Consumer Prices latest value is 98.22 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2015=100, NSA. Forecast: 97.6288 Index Points.
Greece Core Consumer Prices was last reported at 99.30 Index Points. Source: Bank of Greece. 2009=100, NSA. Forecast: 98.7 Index Points.
Israel Core Consumer Prices stands at 99.80 Index Points. Source: Central Bureau of Statistics, Israel. 2012=100. Forecast: 99.3071 Index Points.
Romania Core Consumer Prices latest value is 100.07 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. Forecast: 100.1268 Index Points.
Russia Core Consumer Prices was last reported at 100.10 Index Points. Source: Federal State Statistics Service. SA, PP=100. Forecast: 100.1 Index Points.
Armenia Core Consumer Prices stands at 100.22 Index Points. Source: Central Bank of Armenia. NSA. Forecast: 100.11 Index Points.
Japan Core Consumer Prices latest value is 100.30 Index Points. Source: Statistics Bureau, Japan. 2015=100, NSA. Forecast: 100.3 Index Points.
Belarus Core Consumer Prices was last reported at 100.40 Index Points. Source: National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus. PP=100, NSA. Forecast: 100.5159 Index Points.
Poland Core Consumer Prices latest value is 100.78 Index Points. Source: Central Statistical Office of Poland (GUS). CPPY=100, NSA. Forecast: 100.8009 Index Points.
The country with lowest economic is Romania (100.07 Index Points in Jun 2017) followed by Russia (100.10 Index Points in May 2017) in the second position and Armenia (100.22 Index Points in May 2017) in the third.