Mexico City / 08.07.2021 08:32:16
In June 2021, the National Consumer Price Index (INPC) registered an increase of 0.53 percent compared to the immediately previous month; With this result, general inflation registered an annual rate of 5.88 percent, practically the same as that of May, which was 5.89 percent, according to the information published by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).
The products and services that registered the highest prices and had the greatest impact on the inflation monthly were: tomato; domestic LP gas; restaurant services, loncherías, torterías and taquerías; corn tortilla; air Transport; Orange; beef; restaurants and the like; living place own; Y Pork Meat.
However, this was partially offset by lower prices in the egg, serrano pepper, green tomato, lemon, grape, cucumber, chicken, other fresh chilies, bananas and papaya.
Inside the INCP, the underlying price index (excludes prices of more volatile goods and services, such as agricultural Y energetic) had a monthly increase of 0.57 percent and an annual increase of 4.58 percent; for its part, the non-core price index showed a rise of 0.42 percent per month and 10.00 percent per year.
Meanwhile, the Price index of the minimum consumption basket registered an increase of 0.66 percent per month and 7.02 percent per year, while in the same period of 2020 the corresponding figures were 0.84 and 3.38 percent