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Norway facing record-high inflation | People are buying less and less, so suppliers are selling more expensive

Norway is facing record-high inflation | CPI increased by 5.7 percent from May 2021 to May 2022 | localmarket.no ECONOMY

According to new data from the State Statistics Norway ( Statistisk Sentralbyrå, SSB), the CPI increased by 5.7 percent from May 2021 to May 2022, while the CPI-ATE increased by 3.4 percent. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased by 0.2 percent. from April 2022 to May 2022, while CPI-ATE increased by 0.4% over the same period.

Norway's consumer inflation accelerated in May, as oil and electricity prices hit record highs and food prices soared, leading to the most significant annual growth in four decades.

It was the highest value since December 1988, with the main pressure on growth coming from transport (9.4% compared to 8.3% in April), housing and utilities (8.0% compared to 10.1%), food and non-alcoholic beverages (2.6% compared to 1.7%). , clothing and footwear (2.5% vs 3.1%), health (1.9% vs 2%), restaurants and hotels (7.7% vs 6.8%) and various goods and services (2.4 % vs. 12.2%), shows SSB press release.

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People are buying less and less, and suppliers are selling more expensive 


According to official data, the Covid-19 crisis slowed down production, slowed down Supply Chains Management, and changed people's habits. The war in Ukraine increased the prices of Wheat, Gas and especially Oil, which are essential for an economy heavily dependent on transport. Now there is one more evil that is as worrying as inflation.

Many sellers are noticeably concerned: people are buying less and less, so suppliers are selling more expensive. As a result, profits have started to decline in recent months.

The Norwegian statistics office said it expects interest rates to rise faster than initially planned by the Norwegian Central Bank. Norges Bank was the first country with the top 10 selling currencies in the world to start increasing borrowing costs last year.

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