Poland’s core inflation, which excluded the prices of food and energy, measured 12% YoY in February, up from 11.7 % in January, the National Bank of Poland (NBP) said on March 16.
Inflation excluding fixed prices amounted to 18.1% in February, up from 16.3% in the previous month.
Inflation excluding the most volatile items measured 15.5% in February, up from 14.4% in January.
The 15% trimmed mean inflation reached 17% in February, up from 15.2% in the previous month.
According to the Central Statistical Office (GUS), prices of consumer goods and services (Consumer Price Index, CPI) increased by 18.4% YoY and by 1.2% MoM in February. (PAP/Business World Magazine)