FIPE Brazil Consumer Price Index (CPI) m/m

Country:
Brazil
BRL, Brazilian real
Sector:
Prices
Medium 0.39% 0.26%
-0.24%
Last release Importance Actual Forecast
Previous
0.18%
0.39%
Next release Actual Forecast
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The IPC-FIPE (Consumer Price Index of the Institute of Economic Research — USP) indicator aims to collect data on the cost of living for families with income between 1 and 10 minimum wages in São Paulo. The information collected is divided into groups of expenditures that are: housing, food, transportation, personal expenses, health, clothing, and education, according to the Family Budget Surveys (POF).

The price variations are collected between the first and last day of the month, and IPC-FIPE is published around the tenth day of the month following the survey. Another interval of time for collection of variations and prices is the last four weeks immediately preceding, so FIPE can close the collected data to avoid errors in the disclosure and can deliver the information according to the consumption reality in Sao Paulo, mainly of the economic group in which the analyzed population is framed.

This index reflects the effect of inflation in the city of São Paulo, which has the highest Gross Domestic Product (GDP) among Brazilian municipalities. If IPC-FIPE is increasing, it may be reflecting an inflationary trend throughout the Brazilian territory.

The economy of Sao Paulo is a thermometer of the Brazilian economy, so IPC-FIPE is an important indicator that should be paid attention to. High inflation has a negative impact on the economy, weakening the Brazilian real.

Last values:

actual data

forecast

The chart of the entire available history of the "FIPE Brazil Consumer Price Index (CPI) m/m" macroeconomic indicator. The dashed line shows the forecast values ​​of the economic indicator for the specified dates.

A significant deviation of a real value from a forecast one may cause a short-term strengthening or weakening of a national currency in the Forex market. The threshold values ​​of the indicators signaling the approach of the critical state of the national (local) economy occupy a special place.

Date (GMT)
Reference
Actual
Forecast
Previous
Jun 2020
0.39%
0.26%
-0.24%
May 2020
-0.24%
0.3%
-0.3%
Apr 2020
-0.3%
0.32%
0.1%
Mar 2020
0.1%
0.29%
0.11%
Feb 2020
0.11%
0.27%
0.29%
Jan 2020
0.29%
0.25%
0.94%
Dec 2019
0.94%
0.22%
0.68%
Nov 2019
0.68%
0.24%
0.16%
Oct 2019
0.16%
0.27%
0.0%
Sep 2019
0.0%
0.29%
0.33%
Aug 2019
0.33%
0.31%
0.14%
Jul 2019
0.14%
0.33%
0.15%
Jun 2019
0.15%
0.35%
-0.02%
May 2019
-0.02%
0.37%
0.29%
Apr 2019
0.29%
0.36%
0.51%
Mar 2019
0.51%
0.35%
0.54%
Feb 2019
0.54%
0.31%
0.58%
Jan 2019
0.58%
0.09%
Dec 2018
0.09%
0.15%
Nov 2018
0.15%
0.48%
Oct 2018
0.48%
0.39%
Sep 2018
0.39%
0.41%
Aug 2018
0.41%
0.23%
Jul 2018
0.23%
1.01%
Jun 2018
1.01%
0.19%
May 2018
0.19%
-0.03%
Apr 2018
-0.03%
0.0%
Mar 2018
0.0%
-0.42%
Feb 2018
-0.42%
0.46%
Jan 2018
0.46%
0.55%
Dec 2017
0.55%
0.29%
Nov 2017
0.29%
0.32%
Oct 2017
0.32%
0.02%
Sep 2017
0.02%
0.1%
Aug 2017
0.1%
-0.01%
Jul 2017
-0.01%
0.05%
Jun 2017
0.05%
-0.05%
May 2017
-0.05%
0.61%
Apr 2017
0.61%
0.14%
Mar 2017
0.14%
-0.08%
Feb 2017
-0.08%
0.32%
Jan 2017
0.32%
0.72%
Dec 2016
0.72%
0.15%
Nov 2016
0.15%
0.27%
Oct 2016
0.27%
-0.14%
Sep 2016
-0.14%
0.11%
Aug 2016
0.11%
0.35%
Jul 2016
0.35%
0.65%
Jun 2016
0.65%
0.57%
May 2016
0.57%
0.46%

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