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Belgium Consumer Prices Fall For Second Month

The consumer price index fell 0.38 percent year-on-year in December, faster than the 0.11 percent decline in the previous month. In October, prices rose marginally by 0.09 percent after a 0.12 percent drop in the previous month. blog url The index in December dropped mainly due to price decreases for motor fuels and domestic heating oil. Excluding energy, inflation accelerated to 0.81 percent in December from 0.74 percent in the previous month. Food inflation remained negative and eased to -0.76 percent from http://admin.blog.fc2.com/admin/js/fckeditor2.6.5/editor/fckeditor.html?InstanceName=blomaga_introFck&20131125&Toolbar=Default -0.88 percent. Core inflation that excludes energy and fresh food edged up to 1.06 percent in December from 1.01 percent in November. Month-on-month, consumer prices fell 0.11 percent in December.
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