Quicklinks:
Home
Alpha Index: Full A - Z
Cat Index: Full A - Z
Weekly Economic Briefing
Consumer Price Index (CPI)
Producer Price Index (PPI)
SA Economic Reports
Global Markets Report
Handbook Market Reviews
Contact us
Calendar
<Apr 2017 Jun 2017>
May 2017
S M T W T F S
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
28293031   
       

 

 

  Home - Consumer Price Index (CPI) & Key Findings
Consumer Price Index (CPI) & Key Findings
2017
April 2017
The headline CPI (for all urban areas) annual inflation rate in April 2017 was 5.3%.
This rate was 0.8 of a percentage point lower than the corresponding annual rate of 6.1% in March 2017.
On average, prices increased by 0.1% between March 2017 and April 2017.
CPI Headline April 2017 = 5.3%.
PDF (133kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
March 2017
PDF (133kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
February 2017
PDF (132kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
January 2017
PDF (134kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
2016
December 2016
PDF (134kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
November 2016
PDF (134kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
October 2016
PDF (87kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
September 2016
PDF (87kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
August 2016
PDF (86kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
July 2016
PDF (86kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
June 2016
PDF (86kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
May 2016
PDF (86kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
April 2016
PDF (86kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
March 2016
PDF (87kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
February 2016
PDF (86.6kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
January 2016
PDF (85.4kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
2015
December 2015
PDF (81.7kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
November 2015
PDF (81.2kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
October 2015
PDF (81.2kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
September 2015
PDF (80.9kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
August 2015
PDF (80.9kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
July 2015
PDF (79.8kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
June 2015
PDF (104kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
May 2015
PDF (80kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
April 2015
PDF (81kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
March 2015
PDF (80kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
February 2015
PDF (80kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
January 2015
PDF (80kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
2014
December 2014
PDF (78kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
November 2014
PDF (76kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
October 2014
PDF (76kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
September 2014
PDF (76kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
August 2014
PDF (76kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
July 2014
PDF (76kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
June 2014
PDF (76kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
May 2014
PDF (75kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
April 2014
PDF (75kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
March 2014
PDF (22kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
February 2014
PDF (22kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
January 2014
PDF (22kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
2013
December 2013
PDF (22kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
November 2013
PDF (22kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
October 2013
PDF (22kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
September 2013
PDF (22kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
August 2013
PDF (22kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
July 2013
PDF (22kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
June 2013
PDF (18kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
May 2013
PDF (18kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
April 2013
PDF (18kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
March 2013
PDF (25kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
February 2013
PDF (25kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
January 2013
PDF (25kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file
2012
Information note on reweighting, rebasing and linking the Consumer Price Index (CPI)
Introduction
Changes in the CPI represent a weighted average of price changes. Revisions to the weights, which are based on consumer buying patterns, can have a significant effect on the level of the indices. Therefore the periodic introduction of new weights is viewed as the introduction of a new index series. In order to construct a continuous price series it is necessary to link together the old and new sets of indices. The aim of rebasing to an index level of 100 in a common period (known as the price reference period), and linking the old and new series, is to ensure continuity and comparability of the indices following the introduction of a new basket of items and weights.
PDF (43kb)  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file

 

Profile's Financial Markets 2014/15 is the companion volume to this website. Click here for more information
Key Market Indicators
As at 26 May 2017
Indicator Close Move(%)
BRENT 51.46 -4.63%
GOLD 1256.40 0.01%
USDEUR 0.89 0.03%
USDZAR 12.91 -0.17%
EURGBP 0.87 -0.08%
USDJPY 111.27 -0.51%
USALB 2.25 -0.18%
STEFI 3.67 0.02%
BA RATE 5.40 0.00% -
CLICK HERE for the monthly global markets report.
 
Visit us on   
 Profile Group (Pty) Ltd. has taken care in preparing all information on this website, but does not accept any liability for errors or out-of-date information.
Other Profile Group sites: ShareData Online (stock market data) | FundsData Online (unit trust data) | Profile Group corporate site
Privacy Policy |  PAIA manual |  © Copyright Reserved 2017  ]