IPCA-15 increases 1.17% in November, the biggest change for the month since 2002

The most significant change (2.89%) comes from transport, influenced by the increase in gasoline prices (6.62%). In the year, the fuel accumulates an increase of 44.83% and, in 12 months, of 48. | Photo: Marcello Casal Jr / Agência Brasil

The inflation overview as measured by the Extended National Consumer Price Index 15 (IPCA-15) rose 1.17% in November, the biggest change for the month since 2002, when the index was 2.08%, according to data released by the Brazilian Institute of Geography. and Statistics (IBGE) this Thursday (25). The cumulative index during the year was 9.57% and, in 12 months, 10.73%, higher than the 10.34% recorded during the previous 12 months.

According to the IBGE, all nine product and service groups surveyed increased in November. The most significant change (2.89%) comes from transport, influenced by the increase in gasoline prices (6.62%). In the year, fuel accumulates an increase of 44.83% and, in 12 months, 48%. Next come housing (1.06%) and health and personal care (0.80%). Clothing (1.59%) posted the second largest change of the month, and the food and beverage group (0.40%) slowed from October (1.38%). The other groups ranged from 0.01% for Education to 1.53% for residence status.

All surveyed areas increased in November. The biggest change was in Goiânia (1.86%), the result of which was driven by electricity (10.93%) and gasoline (5.87%). The lowest result was recorded in the metropolitan area of ​​Belém (0.76%), where there was a drop in the prices of electricity (-2.05%) and açaí (-9, 30 %).

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