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NBS: Serbian August y-o-y inflation at 13.2 pct
In August, y-o-y inflation in Serbia stood at 13.2 pct, of which around 70 pct still stems from rising food and energy prices, the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) said on Tuesday.
BELGRADE - In August, y-o-y inflation in Serbia stood at 13.2 pct, of which around 70 pct still stems from rising food and energy prices, the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) said on Tuesday.
"Y-o-y core inflation, which is under a stronger impact of monetary policy measures, is still much lower than headline inflation - it stood at 7.9 pct in August," the central bank said in a statement.
"Monthly inflation in August stood at 1.2 pct, which is below the inflation rate expected by the NBS for August," it also said.
"The monthly price growth of 1.2 pct was under the strongest impact of the prices of unprocessed and processed food, with a smaller contribution coming from rising prices within core inflation and the prices of a part of energy products.
The monthly price growth within core inflation was slower than headline inflation, equalling 0.7 pct in August. On the other hand, a monthly decline in prices of 5.2 pct was observed for petroleum products, which was their first decline at the monthly level since the start of the year.
The rise in processed food prices measured 1.7 pct in August compared to July, which is similar to the dynamics of the monthly growth in these prices in the March-July period.
In an environment of persistently high global food prices, rising prices of input costs in production and food transport, and the negative effects of the drought, both in the domestic market and in the major part of Europe, processed food prices were higher by 19.0 pct in August compared to the same month last year.
In August, the prices of unprocessed food recorded monthly growth of 4.1 pct, and were higher by 23.0 pct y-o-y.
Under the influence of the still strong cost-push pressures and elevated imported inflation, in August the prices within core inflation (CPI excluding food, energy, alcohol and cigarettes) continued up.
However, core inflation in Serbia continues to move at a much lower level both compared to headline inflation and core inflation in some countries of Central and Southeast Europe.
The lower level of core inflation is still underpinned by the preserved relative stability of the exchange rate in extremely uncertain global conditions and anchored medium-term inflation expectations of the financial sector which are moving within the target band.
According to the August projection of the Executive Board, y-o-y inflation will most probably peak during the current quarter and start to decline thereafter.
Working towards the calming of inflationary pressures will be the past tightening of monetary conditions, the expected weakening of the effects of global factors that drove the growth in energy and food prices in the past period, and lower external demand in an environment of a clouded global growth outlook.
The adopted government economic measures that capped the rise in food and energy prices at home will also contribute to the soothing of inflationary pressures in the short run," the NBS said.