Inflation rates for G-20 as of March 2016

The following table displays the inflation rates for G-20 countries as of March 2016. The average inflation rate for these countries is 2.1%, and the median inflation is 1.15%. Many European countries are experiencing deflation now. Many advanced countries are experiencing the falling of prices.

Obs

Country

Last

Previous

Changes

Type

Lastrank

Previousrank

Changesrank

1 United States

1

1.4

-0.40

Low

10

9

10

2 Euro Area

-0.2

0.3

-0.50

Deflation

15

13

12

3 China

2.3

1.8

0.50

Mild

6

7

2

4 Japan

0

0.2

-0.20

Low

13

16

8

5 Germany

0

0.5

-0.50

Low

13

12

12

6 United Kingdom

0.3

0.3

0.00

Low

12

13

6

7 France

-0.2

0.2

-0.40

Deflation

15

16

11

8 Brazil

10.36

10.71

-0.35

Hyper

1

1

9

9 Italy

-0.3

0.3

-0.60

Deflation

17

13

16

10 India

5.18

5.69

-0.51

High

3

3

15

11 Russia

8.1

9.8

-1.70

High

2

2

18

12 Canada

1.4

2

-0.60

Low

8

6

17

13 Australia

1.7

1.5

0.20

Low

7

8

5

14 South Korea

1.3

0.8

0.50

Low

9

10

1

15 Spain

-0.8

-0.3

-0.50

Deflation

18

18

12

16 Mexico

2.87

2.61

0.26

Mild

5

5

4

17 Indonesia

4.42

4.14

0.28

Mild

4

4

3

18 Netherlands

0.6

0.6

0.00

Low

11

11

6

Analysis Variable : Last Last

Mean

Std Dev

Minimum

Maximum

Median

N

Range

2.1127778

3.0801677

-0.8000000

10.3600000

1.1500000

18

11.1600000



12 countries are either in low inflation or deflation while three countries are experiencing high inflation.


Note

The prices of Spain and Italy entered the negative territory, and the prices for Brazil and India fell from the previous month.

The prices for South Korea and China rose from the previous month.

Source : Tradingeconomics

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