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Main contributors to the 12-month change in the CPI:

Main upward contributors:

  1. Purchase of passenger vehicles (+5.2%)
  2. Homeowners’ replacement cost (+4.0%)
  3. Electricity (+5.6%)
  4. Food purchased from restaurants (+2.5%)
  5. Air transportation (+5.7%)

Main downward contributors:

  1. Gasoline (-11.5%)
  2. Natural gas (-9.9%)
  3. Travel tours (-5.6%)
  4. Telephone services (-1.2%)
  5. Fuel oil (-11.8%)

Main contributors to the monthly change in the CPI, not seasonally adjusted:

Main upward contributors:

  1. Women’s clothing (+2.2%)
  2. Homeowners’ replacement cost (+0.6%)
  3. Traveller accommodation (+1.6%)
  4. Natural gas (+2.1%)
  5. Tools and other household equipment (+2.2%)

Main downward contributors:

  1. Fresh vegetables (-5.3%)
  2. Purchase of passenger vehicles (-0.9%)
  3. Fresh fruit (-5.7%)
  4. Telephone services (-2.0%)
  5. Travel tours (-4.3%)
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