Economy July 10, 2017 | 7:36 pm

Prices climb 0.6% in June, paced by goods and services

Central Bank

Santo Domingo.- Dominican Republic’s Central Bank on Monday said June prices climbed 0.06% compared with May this year, while accumulated inflation during the first six months (January-June) stands at 1.02%.

It said annualized inflation, measured from June 2016 to June 2017, was located at 2.55%, “below the lower limit of the established target range in the Monetary Program for 2017 of 4.0% (± 1.0%).”

On its website, the Central Bank adds hat June inflation responds to higher prices in the Goods and Services group (0.29%).

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