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Tel: 902-424-8800Email: Mike.Milloy@novascotia.ca

October 20, 2017
CONSUMER PRICE INDEX SEPTEMBER 2017



NOVA SCOTIA
In Nova Scotia September 2017, the consumer price index (2002=100) increased 0.5% from August 2017 to 133.3 and increased 1.3% over September 2016.

The CPI, excluding food and energy, increased 0.5% from August 2017 to 125.2, and increased 1.0% over September 2016.

CANADA
In Canada September 2017, the consumer price index (2002=100) increased 0.2% from August 2017 to 130.8 and increased 1.6% over September 2016.

The CPI, excluding food and energy, increased 0.2% from August 2017 to 125.8, and increased 1.2% over September 2016.

Compared with September 2016, CPI-Common rose 1.5%, CPI-Median rose 1.8%, and CPI-Trim rose 1.5%.

HALIFAX

In Halifax September 2017, the consumer price index (2002=100) increased 0.6% from August 2017 to 132.2 and increased 1.2% over September 2016.

 

Statistics Canada Note: Since 2001, the Bank of Canada's main measure of core inflation has been "core" consumer price index (CPIX) inflation, which excludes eight of the most volatile components of the CPI and adjusts the remainder for the effect of changes in indirect taxes. Following a review of a wide selection of measures of core inflation in 2015, in the context of its most recent renewal of the inflation-control target, the Bank chose three preferred measures of core inflation: (i) a measure based on a trimmed mean (CPI-trim); (ii) a measure based on the weighted median (CPI-median); (iii) a measure based on the common component (CPI-common). For more information see The Daily.

 

Statistics Canada Cat. No. 62-001, CANSIM 326-0020 326-0023



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