Countries With Lowest Inflation Expectations - Bottom 10 World

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Inflation Expectations Latest Reference
Israel
Switzerland
New Zealand
United States
Sweden
United Kingdom
Argentina
Australia
Mexico
South Africa

Israel Inflation Expectations was last reported at 0.60 percent. Source: Bank of Israel. Forecast: 0.6552 percent.
Switzerland Inflation Expectations stands at 0.62 percent. Source: Swiss National Bank. NSA. Forecast: 0.447 percent.
New Zealand Business Inflation Expectations latest value is 2.10 percent. Source: Reserve Bank of New Zealand. NSA. Forecast: 2.1615 percent.
United States Consumer Inflation Expectations was last reported at 2.75 percent. Source: Federal Reserve Bank of New York. NSA. Forecast: 2.7843 percent.
Sweden Consumer Inflation Expectations stands at 2.90 percent. Source: National Institute of Economic Research, Sweden. Forecast: 2.584 percent.
United Kingdom Inflation Expectations latest value is 2.90 percent. Source: Bank of England. NSA. Forecast: 2.8667 percent.
Australia Inflation Expectations was last reported at 3.60 percent. Source: Melbourne Institute. NSA. Forecast: 3.8498 percent.
Mexico Inflation Expectations stands at 3.89 Percent. Source: Bank of Mexico. NSA. Forecast: 4.007 Percent.
South Africa Inflation Expectations latest value is 5.34 Percent. Source: Bureau for Economic Research, South Africa. NSA. Forecast: 5.2806 Percent.
Argentina Inflation Expectations was last reported at 20.00 Percent. Source: Torcuato di Tella University. Forecast: 20 Percent.
The country with lowest Inflation Expectations is Israel (0.60 percent in Apr 2018) followed by Switzerland (0.62 percent in Q4 2017) in the second position and New Zealand (2.10 percent in Q1 2018) in the third.