Kyrgyzstan’s annual inflation rate eased to 13.5 percent in September of 2021, from 14.0 percent in the previous month, the slowest hike in consumer prices since May. Inflationary pressure continued to moderate in prices of food & non-alcoholic beverages (19.9 percent vs 21.4 percent in August); housing & utilities (5.4 percent vs 5.7 percent); and health care (14.9 percent vs 16.5 percent). On the other hand, prices went up faster for transport (23.7 percent vs 22.2 percent); alcoholic beverages & tobacco (11.0 percent vs 10.5 percent), household items & appliances (8.1 percent vs 7.7 percent), and miscellaneous goods & services (7.4 percent vs 7.1 percent). On a monthly basis, consumer prices inched up 0.2 percent, rebounding from a 0.7 percent decline in August. source: National Statistical Committee of Kyrgyz Republic

Inflation Rate in Kyrgyzstan averaged 6.89 percent from 2003 until 2021, reaching an all time high of 32.45 percent in July of 2008 and a record low of -0.70 percent in February of 2019. This page provides the latest reported value for - Kyrgyzstan Inflation Rate - plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news. Kyrgyzstan Inflation Rate - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on October of 2021.

Inflation Rate in Kyrgyzstan is expected to be 10.00 percent by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. In the long-term, the Kyrgyzstan Inflation Rate is projected to trend around 5.00 percent in 2022, according to our econometric models.

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Kyrgyzstan Inflation Rate


Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2021-09-14 09:00 AM Aug 14% 14.6% 14.1%
2021-10-15 09:00 AM Sep 13.5% 14% 12.7%
2021-11-16 09:00 AM Oct 13.5%


News Stream
Kyrgyzstan Inflation Rate Stays on Moderation Path
Kyrgyzstan’s annual inflation rate eased to 13.5 percent in September of 2021, from 14.0 percent in the previous month, the slowest hike in consumer prices since May. Inflationary pressure continued to moderate in prices of food & non-alcoholic beverages (19.9 percent vs 21.4 percent in August); housing & utilities (5.4 percent vs 5.7 percent); and health care (14.9 percent vs 16.5 percent). On the other hand, prices went up faster for transport (23.7 percent vs 22.2 percent); alcoholic beverages & tobacco (11.0 percent vs 10.5 percent), household items & appliances (8.1 percent vs 7.7 percent), and miscellaneous goods & services (7.4 percent vs 7.1 percent). On a monthly basis, consumer prices inched up 0.2 percent, rebounding from a 0.7 percent decline in August.
2021-10-15
Kyrgyzstan August Inflation Rate Slows to 14%
Kyrgyzstan’s annual inflation rate eased to 14 percent in August of 2021, from 14.6 percent in the previous month which was the highest inflation rate since August of 2011, amid lower pressure from prices of food & non-alcoholic beverages (21.4 percent vs 23.4 percent in July) and housing & utilities (5.7 percent vs 5.9 percent). On the other hand, inflation picked up for transport (22.2 percent vs 20.3 percent), health (16.5 percent vs 7.4 percent), alcoholic beverages & tobacco (10.5 percent vs 9.6 percent), household items & appliances (7.7 percent vs 7.2 percent), and miscellaneous goods & services (7.1 percent vs 6.8 percent). On a monthly basis, consumer prices inched down 0.7 percent, after a 0.2 percent downtick in July.
2021-09-14
Kyrgyzstan Consumer Prices Rise the Most in 10 Years
Kyrgyzstan’s annual inflation rate quickened to 14.6 percent in July of 2021, from 14.2 percent in the previous month. It was the highest annual inflation rate since August of 2011, bolstered by prices of food & non-alcoholic beverages (23.4 percent vs 22.8 percent in June), transports (20.3 percent vs 19.9 percent), and alcoholic beverages & tobacco (9.6 percent vs 9.1 percent). To a lesser extent, upward pressure also came from healthcare (7.4 percent vs 7.2 percent), household items & appliances (7.2 percent vs 6.5 percent), and miscellaneous goods & services (6.8 percent vs 6.7 percent). On a monthly basis, consumer prices edged down 0.2 percent, ending a 10-month period of consecutive increases and compared to a 2.3 rise in June.
2021-08-13

Kyrgyzstan Last Unit Reference Previous Highest Lowest
Inflation Rate 13.50 percent Sep/21 14.00 32.45 -0.70
Core Inflation Rate 13.50 percent Sep/21 14.00 14.60 -0.50
Producer Prices Change 5.80 percent Sep/21 5.60 34.58 -9.87
Producer Prices 218.90 points Sep/21 217.40 220.60 56.20
Inflation Rate Mom 0.20 percent Sep/21 -0.70 9.00 -1.90
Consumer Price Index CPI 311.30 points Sep/21 310.50 313.50 89.91
Food Inflation 19.90 percent Sep/21 21.40 48.16 -10.31
Cpi Transportation 251.40 points Sep/21 248.40 251.40 83.90
Cpi Housing Utilities 321.00 points Sep/21 317.50 321.00 84.40


Kyrgyzstan Inflation Rate
In Kyrgyzstan, the main components of the consumer price index are: food and non-alcoholic beverages (46.7 percent of the total weight); clothing and footwear (14.1 percent) and alcoholic beverages and tobacco (12 percent). Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels account for 8.2 percent; transport and communications for 5.8 percent and household appliances and equipment for 3.8 percent. Others include: miscellaneous goods and services (2.9 percent); health care and education (2.5 percent); restaurants and hotels (2.4 percent) and leisure and culture (1.4 percent). The CPI reflects the prices and spending patterns registered in the 8 main urban areas of the country.