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In September 2016, the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) dipped by 0.3% over a month, after a increase of 0.3% in August. Seasonally adjusted, it rose by 0.1%, after a slight fall in August. Year-on-year, the CPI grew by 0.4%, after +0.2% in the three previous months.
This month-on-month drop mainly came from the seasonal retreat in the prices of some tourism-related services after the summer school holiday period. Moreover, food prices diminished, especially fresh foodstuffs prices. Furthermore, a rebound in petroleum product prices after two months of decline, and a further rise in manufactured products prices mitigated the overall decrease.
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