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Economy: How to Explain Price Escalation?
Jun-10-21 | Fifteen months after the beginning of the health and economic crisis, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua are the economies in the region with the highest inflation rates, a behavior that was influenced by increases in fuel and transportation costs.
Market Changes: Threats to Profitability
May-22-20 | Discounts and offers, increase in the price level generally and the rise in operating costs due to new health and safety protocols are the main threats to the profitability of companies in this new commercial reality.
Guatemala: Business Confidence Collapses
May-12-20 | After the Economic Activity Confidence Index reported a 19% drop in March 2020, in April the situation worsened with a -43% year-on-year variation, a drop that agrees with the advance of the health crisis in the country.
Panama: Transportation Pressures Inflation Down
Mar-13-20 | During February in the country the CPI reported -0.3% year-on-year variation, which is partly explained by the behavior of the prices of the transport category.
Dominican Republic: 3.7% Inflation up to February 2020
Mar-10-20 | During the second month of the year, the CPI registered a 3.7% year-on-year variation, which is less than the 4.1% reported in January 2020.
Costa Rica: Inflation Accelerates in February
Mar-9-20 | In the second month of the year the CPI registered a 1.79% year-on-year variation, an inflationary rhythm that exceeds the 1.58% reported in January.
Honduras: 4% Inflation up to February 2020
Mar-5-20 | During the second month of the year, the Consumer Price Index registered a 3.99% year-on-year variation, a rise that was determined in part by the behavior of the prices of education services, hotels and restaurants.
Transportation and Beverages Drive Up Inflation
Feb-14-20 | At the beginning of 2020 in Panama, a positive variation in the Consumer Price Index was reported, a behavior that was determined partly by the prices of Transportation and Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco.
Dominican Republic: 2020 Begins with 4.1% Inflation
Feb-11-20 | Food and non-alcoholic beverages, Transport, and Recreation and culture, were the sectors that had the greatest incidence in January for the CPI to report a 4.1% year-on-year variation.
Honduras: Inflation Still Accelerating
Feb-10-20 | After the inflationary rhythm went from 3.8% to 4.1% between November and December 2019, during January 2020 the year-on-year CPI was 4.3%.
Costa Rica: 1.6% Inflation at the Beginning of 2020
Feb-7-20 | During January, the Consumer Price Index registered a 1.58% year-on-year variation, a rise that was influenced by the increase in the prices of Rent and housing services, and Education.
Monetary Policy Rate Begins 2020 at 4.5%
Feb-4-20 | Arguing that for this year inflation is expected to remain around the central value of the target range, the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic decided to set the Monetary Policy Rate at 4.5%.
Transport Prices Put Downward Pressure on Inflation
Jan-30-20 | At the end of 2019, Panama reported a negative variation in the Consumer Price Index, a behavior that was determined partly by the prices of air passenger transport.
Beverages and Transport Pressure on Price Level
Jan-22-20 | In November 2019, the Consumer Price Index in El Salvador reported a 0.12% monthly variation, explained in part by price increases in the alcoholic beverages and electricity, gas and other fuels divisions.
Nicaragua: Inflation Accelerates in 2019
Jan-22-20 | At the end of last year, the Consumer Price Index in the country reported a 6.1% year-on-year variation, an inflationary rhythm that is higher than the 3.9% registered in December 2018.
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