Countries With Highest Core Consumer Prices - Top 10 World

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Core Consumer Prices Latest Reference
Guinea
Venezuela
Hungary
Turkey
United States
Iceland
Egypt
Nigeria
Sweden
New Zealand

New Zealand Core Consumer Prices latest value is 1024.00 Index Points. Source: Statistics New Zealand. 2017Q2=1000, NSA. Forecast: 907.6495 Index Points.
Guinea Core Consumer Prices was last reported at 639.50 percent. Source: Institut National de la Statistique de Guinée. 2002=100, NSA. Forecast: 639.1697 percent.
Venezuela Core Consumer Prices stands at 594.30 Index Points. Source: Banco Central De Venezuela. NSA. Forecast: 613.9116 Index Points.
Hungary Core Consumer Prices latest value is 431.50 Index Points. Source: Hungarian Central Statistical Office. 1994M12=100, SA. Forecast: 422.7349 Index Points.
Turkey Core Consumer Prices was last reported at 347.37 Index Points. Source: Turkish Statistical Institute. 2003=100, NSA. Forecast: 286.9212 Index Points.
United States Core Consumer Prices stands at 258.94 Index Points. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 1982-1984=100, SA. Forecast: 256.4178 Index Points.
Iceland Core Consumer Prices latest value is 257.50 Index Points. Source: Statistics Iceland. NSA. Forecast: 255.5533 Index Points.
Egypt Core Consumer Prices was last reported at 256.10 Index Points. Source: Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS). 2010M1=100. Forecast: 237.749 Index Points.
Nigeria Core Consumer Prices stands at 251.65 Index Points. Source: National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria. 2009=100. Forecast: 238.4317 Index Points.
Sweden Consumer Price Index with a Fixed Interest Rate (CPIF) latest value is 216.58 Index Points. Source: Statistics Sweden. NSA. Forecast: 211.0622 Index Points.
The country with highest Core Consumer Prices is New Zealand followed by Guinea in the second position and Venezuela in the third.