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CPI by Provinces in the Month of Tir of the Year 1398

CPI by Provinces in the Month of Tir of the Year 1398[1]

All Households

In the month of Tir[2] of the year 1398, the national households general index (1395=100) stood at 179.7 which increased by 2.8 percent compared with the previous month. In this month, the province of Lorestan saw the highest monthly inflation rate of the national households with a 5.4 percent increase and the lowest monthly inflation rate went to Sistan & Baluchestan province with a 0.7 percent rise. Percentage change of general index for the national households was 48.0 percent in contrast to the corresponding month of the previous year (point to point inflation). The highest point to point inflation rate was for Ilam province with 60.8 percent and the lowest one was for Fars province with 41.8 percent.  That is to say that the households residing in Ilam province spent, on average, 12.8 percent more than the nation's total mean, and the households living in Fars province spent, on average, 6.2 percent less than the nation’s total mean compared with the month of Tir of the year 1397 for purchasing the “same range of goods and services” The twelve-month inflation rate ending the month of Tir of the year 1398 for the national households stood at 40.4 percent. The highest twelve-month inflation rate went to Kordestan province with 48.8 percent and the lowest one was for Qom province with 34.1 percent.  The twelve-month inflation rate gap of provinces for the month of Tir of the year 1398 was 14.7 percent indicating a 1.0 percentage point growth over the previous month.

Urban Households

Urban households general index (1395=100) reached 178.4 in the month of Tir of the year 1398 indicating a 2.9 percent rise compared with the previous month. In this month, the highest monthly inflation rate of urban households went to Lorestan province with a 6.2 percent increase and the lowest monthly inflation rate was for Sistan & Baluchestan province with a 0.9 percent increase. The percentage change of general index for urban households was 46.9 percent in contrast to the corresponding month of the previous year (point to point inflation). The highest point to point inflation rate was for Ilam province with 59.7 percent and the lowest one went to Fars province with 39.7 percent. That is to say that the urban households residing in Ilam province spent, on average, 12.8 percent more than the nation's total mean, and the urban households living in Fars province spent, on average, 7.2 percent less than the nation’s total mean compared with the month of Tir of the year 1397 for purchasing the “same range of goods and services”. The twelve-month inflation rate ending the month of Tir of the year 1398 for urban households stood at 39.7 percent. The highest twelve-month inflation rate went to Ilam province with 47.6 percent, and the lowest one was for Hormozgan province with 33.3 percent. The twelve-month inflation rate gap of provinces in the month of Tir was 14.3 percent indicating a 1.0 percentage point rise compared to the previous month.

Rural households

Rural households general index (1395=100) stood at 186.5 in the month of Tir of the year 1398 indicating a 1.8 percent increase compared with the previous month. In this month, the highest monthly inflation rate of the rural households went to Esfahan and Alborz provinces with a 3.8 percent increase and the lowest monthly inflation rate was for Kohgiluyeh & Boyerahmad province with a 1.1 percent drop. The percentage change of general index for the rural households was 54.3 percent in contrast to the corresponding month of the previous year (point to point inflation). The highest point to point inflation rate of rural households was for Ilam with 66.0 percent and the lowest one went to Kerman province with 44.9 percent. That is to say that the rural households residing in Ilam province spent, on average, 11.7 percent more than the nation's total mean, and the rural households living in Kerman province spent, on average, 9.4 percent less than the nation’s total mean over the month of Tir of the year 1397 for purchasing the “same range of goods and services”. The twelve-month inflation rate ending the month of Tir of the year 1398 for rural households reached 44.4 percent. The highest twelve-month inflation rate went to Kordestan province with 53.4 percent, and the lowest one was for Alborz province with 37.0 percent. The twelve-month inflation rate gap of provinces in the month of Tir was 16.4 percent indicating a 1.3 percentage point rise from the previous month.

 

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[1]- It is the Iranian year which usually begins on the day of 21 March of the Gregorian calendar. To find the corresponding year of the Gregorian calendar, add 621 or 622 (depending on the time of the year) to a solar Hijri year.  For example the corresponding year of the year 1398 in the Gregorian calendar is (21 March 2019-20 March 2020).

2- Iranian months and their equivalent in Gregorian calendar

Farvardin (21 March-20April)                                                           Mehr (23 September-22 October)

Ordibehesht (21 April-21 May)                                                         Aban (23 October-21 November)  

Khordad (22 May-21 June)                                                                Azar (22 November-21 December)

Tir (22 June-22 July)                                                                          Dey (22 December-20 January)

Mordad  (23 July-22 August)                                                             Bahman (21 January-19 February)

Shahrivar (23 August-22 September)                                                 Esfand (20 February-20 March)

 

 

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