Israel’s Shopper Worth Index (CPI) rose 0.2% in September 2021, the Central Bureau of Statistics reviews, within the increased vary of the analysts’ consensus of 0.1-0.2%. Over the previous 12 months, the CPI has risen 2.5%.
There have been vital value rises in September in recent fruit and greens (9.5%) and vital value falls in tradition and leisure (2.6%) and clothes (2.1%).
The housing costs index, which is separate from the CPI, continued to rise within the interval July-August, compared with June-July, climbing by 1.2%. Housing costs have risen 9.2% over the previous 12 months.
Throughout July-August in contrast with June-July, housing costs in Jerusalem rose by 2.5%, central Israel (1.9%), Tel Aviv (1.8%), southern Israel (1.1%) and Haifa (0.6%). Costs within the north fell by 0.5%.
Within the 12 months previous to July-August 2021, costs in Jerusalem rose 10.7%, central Israel (10.5%), northern Israel (9.6%), Tel Aviv (9.5%), southern Israel (7.3%), and Haifa (6%).
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