In September, consumer prices in Iceland increased by 2.7% in annual terms after rising 2.6% in the previous month. The finversia.ru project writes that official data indicate a slight acceleration of inflation in September. Compared to August, prices increased by 0.2%. Without taking into account the price of housing, consumer prices in Iceland increased by 0.3% compared to August and by 1.8% compared to August last year. Statistical Department of Iceland also reported that the unemployment rate in the country, seasonally adjusted, fell to 2.7% in August from 3.7% a month earlier.
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