Middle East & North Africa Economics

Middle East Data Response

10 October, 2018

Egypt Consumer Prices (Sep.)

The rise in Egyptian inflation to 16.0% y/y last month was driven almost entirely by higher food inflation but, even so, it probably means that the central bank’s easing cycle will be paused for a little longer.

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