German harmonised inflation +11.6% y/y in October

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A general view of a weekly market in Berlin

BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s consumer prices, harmonised to compare with other European countries, were 11.6% higher year-on-year in October, the Federal Statistical Office said on Friday, confirming preliminary figures.

On a non-harmonised basis, consumer price inflation was also confirmed at 10.4%.

The office offers more detailed economic data on its website.

(Writing by Miranda Murray, editing by Rachel More)


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