Waiting August 2016 Inflation Data

The Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) today will release data on consumer price index (CPI) or inflation during August 2016.
Earlier, Governor of Bank Indonesia (BI) Agus Martowardojo revealed that inflation in August will experience deflation. Up to four weeks in 2016, the central bank recorded a deflation of 0.04 percent.

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Meanwhile, economist Samuel Lana Soelistianingsih Asset Management said its index of consumer prices during August and it is predicted to experience inflation. Lana predicts inflation will reach 0.05 percent in August.
Inflation of 0.05 percent. The reason for the price of clothing such as gold rises. And also because there is spending on education in the College, said Lana told Okezone.
However, he added, deflation in foodstuffs. Deflation is due to the decrease in the value of the consumption of the public after Lebaran ago.
As is known, recent inflation previously occurred in April 2016 was 0.45 percent. Here is the consumer price index data throughout 2016
1. January
Inflation 0.51 percent
Calendar year inflation of 0.51 percent
Inflation year-on-year (yoy) of 4.14 percent
The core component inflation of 0.29 percent
The core component inflation of 3.62 percent yoy

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