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Consumer price index

Official Statistics of Finland (OSF)
The Consumer Price Index describes the price development of goods and services purchased by households in Finland and it is used as a general measure of inflation. Price data are collected for the statistics and price data produced by other statistics are also used. The data are published monthly.

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The year-on-year change in consumer prices calculated by Statistics Finland was 5.7 per cent in April. In March, inflation stood at 5.8 per cent. The largest downward contribution to the inflation rate came from the easing off of rising liquid fuel prices.

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release | Consumer price index 2022, April
database release | Consumer price index 2022, April, average prices of liquid fuels
release | Consumer price index 2022, March
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Tables

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13.05.2022

Cost-of-living Index 1951:10=100

13.05.2022

Consumer price index 2010=100

13.05.2022

Consumer price index 2015=100

13.05.2022

Consumer price index 2005=100

Figures

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13.05.2022

Annual change in the Consumer Price Index

13.05.2022

Annual change in the Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices and the Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices at Constant Taxes

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