Countries With Lowest Core Inflation Rate - Bottom 10 World

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Core Inflation Rate Latest Reference
Bulgaria
Switzerland
Finland
France
Greece
Ireland
Iraq
Israel
Romania
Thailand

Israel Core Inflation Rate latest value is -0.40 percent. Source: Central Bureau of Statistics, Israel. 2012=100. Forecast: -0.3066 percent.
Bulgaria Core Inflation Rate was last reported at -0.20 percent. Source: Eurostat. 2015=100. Forecast: 0.5224 percent.
Ireland Core Inflation Rate stands at 0.10 percent. Source: Central Statistics Office Ireland. Forecast: 0.2008 percent.
Iraq Core Inflation Rate latest value is 0.20 percent. Source: Central Statistical Organization. 2012=100, NSA. Forecast: 1.2476 percent.
Finland Core Inflation Rate was last reported at 0.40 percent. Source: Eurostat. 2015=100. Forecast: 0.3827 percent.
France Core Inflation Rate stands at 0.50 percent. Source: INSEE. 2015=100, SA. Forecast: 0.5099 percent.
Greece Core Inflation Rate latest value is 0.50 percent. Source: Bank of Greece. Forecast: 0.105 percent.
Romania Core Inflation Rate was last reported at 0.50 percent. Source: Eurostat. 2015=100. Forecast: 0.3787 percent.
Switzerland Core Inflation Rate stands at 0.53 percent. Source: Swiss Federal Statistical Office. Forecast: 0.5025 percent.
Thailand Core Inflation Rate latest value is 0.53 percent. Source: Bureau of Trade and Economic Indices, Thailand. Forecast: 0.5843 percent.
The country with lowest Core Inflation Rate is Bulgaria (-0.20 percent in Sep 2017) followed by Israel (-0.40 percent in Aug 2017) in the second position and Ireland (0.10 percent in Sep 2017) in the third.