Harmonized Indices of Consumer Prices - by country

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List of countries by Harmonized Indices of Consumer Prices
Country NameView DataGlobal RankRegion & Regional RankHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices Percentage change m/m-12Year
TurkeyKey economic Indicators of TurkeyHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Turkey1Europe & Central Asia | 19.42014-05-01
United KingdomKey economic Indicators of United KingdomHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : United Kingdom2Europe & Central Asia | 21.82014-04-01
United StatesKey economic Indicators of United StatesHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : United States3North America | 11.72014-04-01
NorwayKey economic Indicators of NorwayHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Norway4Europe & Central Asia | 31.62014-05-01
AustriaKey economic Indicators of AustriaHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Austria5Europe & Central Asia | 41.62014-04-01
LuxembourgKey economic Indicators of LuxembourgHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Luxembourg6Europe & Central Asia | 51.42014-05-01
RomaniaKey economic Indicators of RomaniaHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Romania7Europe & Central Asia | 61.32014-05-01
IcelandKey economic Indicators of IcelandHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Iceland8Europe & Central Asia | 71.12014-05-01
SloveniaKey economic Indicators of SloveniaHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Slovenia9Europe & Central Asia | 81.02014-05-01
FinlandKey economic Indicators of FinlandHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Finland10Europe & Central Asia | 91.02014-05-01
LatviaKey economic Indicators of LatviaHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Latvia11Europe & Central Asia | 100.802014-05-01
BelgiumKey economic Indicators of BelgiumHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Belgium12Europe & Central Asia | 110.802014-05-01
FranceKey economic Indicators of FranceHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : France13Europe & Central Asia | 120.802014-05-01
GermanyKey economic Indicators of GermanyHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Germany14Europe & Central Asia | 130.602014-05-01
EstoniaKey economic Indicators of EstoniaHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Estonia15Europe & Central Asia | 140.602014-05-01
Czech RepublicKey economic Indicators of Czech RepublicHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Czech Republic16Europe & Central Asia | 150.502014-05-01
CroatiaKey economic Indicators of CroatiaHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Croatia17Europe & Central Asia | 160.402014-05-01
IrelandKey economic Indicators of IrelandHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Ireland18Europe & Central Asia | 170.402014-05-01
MaltaKey economic Indicators of MaltaHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Malta19Middle East & North Africa | 10.402014-05-01
ItalyKey economic Indicators of ItalyHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Italy20Europe & Central Asia | 180.402014-05-01
DenmarkKey economic Indicators of DenmarkHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Denmark21Europe & Central Asia | 190.302014-05-01
PolandKey economic Indicators of PolandHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Poland22Europe & Central Asia | 200.302014-05-01
SwitzerlandKey economic Indicators of SwitzerlandHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Switzerland23Europe & Central Asia | 210.202014-05-01
SpainKey economic Indicators of SpainHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Spain24Europe & Central Asia | 220.202014-05-01
NetherlandsKey economic Indicators of NetherlandsHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Netherlands25Europe & Central Asia | 230.102014-05-01
SwedenKey economic Indicators of SwedenHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Sweden26Europe & Central Asia | 240.102014-05-01
LithuaniaKey economic Indicators of LithuaniaHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Lithuania27Europe & Central Asia | 250.102014-05-01
CyprusKey economic Indicators of CyprusHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Cyprus28Europe & Central Asia | 26-0.102014-05-01
HungaryKey economic Indicators of HungaryHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Hungary29Europe & Central Asia | 27-0.202014-04-01
Slovak RepublicKey economic Indicators of Slovak RepublicHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Slovak Republic30Europe & Central Asia | 28-0.202014-04-01
PortugalKey economic Indicators of PortugalHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Portugal31Europe & Central Asia | 29-0.302014-05-01
BulgariaKey economic Indicators of BulgariaHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Bulgaria32Europe & Central Asia | 30-1.802014-05-01
GreeceKey economic Indicators of GreeceHarmonized Indices of Consumer Prices : Greece33Europe & Central Asia | 31-2.102014-05-01
Harmonized Indices of Consumer Prices (HICPs) are designed for international comparisons of consumer price inflation. HICPs are used for the assessment of the inflation convergence criterion as required under Article 121 of the Treaty of Amsterdam and by the ECB for assessing price stability for monetary policy purposes. The ECB defines price stability on the basis of the annual rate of change of the euro area HICP. HICPs are compiled on the basis of harmonized standards, binding for all Member States. Conceptually, the HICPs are Laspeyres-type price indices and are computed as annual chain-indices allowing for weights changing each year. The common classification for Harmonized Indices of Consumer Prices is the COICOP (Classification Of Individual COnsumption by Purpose). A version of this classification (COICOP/HICP) has been specially adapted for the HICPs. Sub-indices published by Eurostat are based on this classification. HICPs are produced and published using a common index reference period (2005 = 100). Growth rates are calculated from published index levels. Indexes, as well as both growth rates with respect to the previous month (M/M-1) and with respect to the corresponding month of the previous year (M/M-12) are neither calendar nor seasonally adjusted.
Datasource: European Commission Statistics