Poland’s core inflation, which excludes the prices of food and energy, measured 10.7 per cent year on year in September 2022, up from 9.9 per cent in August, the National Bank of Poland (NBP) said on Monday.
Inflation excluding fixed prices amounted to 17.8 per cent year on year in September, up from 16.7 per cent in the previous month.
Inflation excluding the most volatile items measured 13.6 per cent year on year in September, against a 12.6-per cent level a month earlier.
The 15-per cent trimmed mean inflation reached 12.9 per cent year on year in September, up from 12.3 per cent in August.
According to the Central Statistical Office (GUS), prices of consumer goods and services (Consumer Price Index, CPI) increased by 17.2 per cent year on year and by 1.6 per cent month on month in September 2022.