The Consumer Prices Index for the City of São Paulo in Brazil went up by 0.72% month-over-month in November of 2021, the smallest increase since May, down from a 1% rise in October. Prices dropped for food (-0.15% vs 0.90% in October), while inflation slowed down for housing (0.49% vs 0.93% in October); personal care (1.87% vs 1.96%); clothing (0.67% vs 0.74%) and education (0.06% vs 0.07%). By contrast, costs advanced faster for transport (2.24% vs 1.48%). source: FIPE - Fundacao Instituto de Pesquisas Economicas

IPC-Fipe Inflation MoM in Brazil averaged 4.43 percent from 1950 until 2021, reaching an all time high of 79.11 percent in March of 1990 and a record low of -2.09 percent in November of 1950. This page includes a chart with historical data for Brazil IPC-Fipe Inflation MoM. Brazil IPC-Fipe Inflation MoM - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on December of 2021.

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Brazil IPC-Fipe Inflation MoM


Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2021-11-03 08:00 AM Oct 1.00% 1.13% 1.2%
2021-12-02 08:00 AM Nov 0.72% 1% 0.81%
2022-01-06 08:00 AM Dec 0.72%


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IPC-Fipe Inflation MoM 0.72 1.00 percent Nov/21

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Sao Paulo Consumer Prices Rise the Least in 6 Months
The Consumer Prices Index for the City of São Paulo in Brazil went up by 0.72% month-over-month in November of 2021, the smallest increase since May, down from a 1% rise in October. Prices dropped for food (-0.15% vs 0.90% in October), while inflation slowed down for housing (0.49% vs 0.93% in October); personal care (1.87% vs 1.96%); clothing (0.67% vs 0.74%) and education (0.06% vs 0.07%). By contrast, costs advanced faster for transport (2.24% vs 1.48%).
2021-12-02
Sao Paulo Consumer Prices Rise 1% MoM in October
The Consumer Prices Index for the City of São Paulo in Brazil increased by 1 percent month-over-month in October of 2021, down slightly from a 1.13 percent rise in September. Prices slowed for food (0.90 percent vs 1.38 percent in September); personal care (1.96 percent vs 2.12 percent) and clothing (0.74 percent vs 0.79 percent). Additionally, costs fell for health (-0.84 percent vs 0.07 percent). On the other hand, inflation edged higher for housing (0.93 percent vs 0.80 percent) and transportation (1.48 percent vs 1.32 percent).
2021-11-03

Brazil IPC-Fipe Inflation MoM
In Brazil, the IPC-Fipe Inflation MoM measures month-on-month inflation within the boundaries of the city of Sao Paulo and does not include prices in the wider metropolitan area. Economists see the FIPE index as an early gauge of Brazil's benchmark IPCA inflation index, which the central bank targets when setting interest rates. The Consumer Prices Index for the City of São Paulo is the most traditional indicator of the evolution of the cost of living of families in São Paulo city and one of the oldest indicators in Brazil. It was first calculated on January 1939 by the Statistics and Documentation Division of the São Paulo City Government. In 1968, the duty of calculating the index was transferred to the Institute of Economic Research linked to the Economics Department of USP and later on to Fipe, after its creation in 1973.