Everything seems to be costing more money..!

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Brazilian Indicators


Here in Rio everything seems to be costing more money..! and here is why:

The Weekly consumer price index (CPI-S), the Brazilian Institute of Economics (Ibre) of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), rose from 0.77% to 0.89%.

Power: the rate reached 1.78% compared to 1.57%,

Education, reading and Recreation: rose from 1.26% to 2.09%. Price corrections of formal courses have increased from 1.81 percent to 4.07%

Housing: rose from 0.26% to 0.32% high in mobile segment (from -0.32% to 0.43%)

Clothing: was 0.64% to 0.13%, highlighting the fall in average prices for clothes (0.59% to -0.32%)

Transport: 0.34% change to 0.30%. One of the reasons was the taxi fare-5.11% to 0.41%

Health & personal care: a small decrease of 0.58% to 0.56%. Beauty salon was down 1.33% to 0.99%

Communication: fell 0.04% to 0.02%,  subscription-TV was one of the reasons – from 0.09% to 0.00%.

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