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Core Consumer Price Index

Australian Core Consumer Price Index

The Core CPI is calculated in the same manner as the CPI but items with high volatility - such as energy and food - are excluded. Because these products are vulnerable to dramatic price swings, they can lead to a distortion in the CPI calculation. For this reason, the Core CPI is considered a more accurate measure of inflation.

Date Value Previous Change
Q4 2017 112.9 112.6 +0.27 %
Q3 2017 112.6 111.6 +0.90 %
Q2 2017 111.6 111.2 +0.36 %
Q1 2017 111.2 110.8 +0.36 %
Q4 2016 110.8 110.5 +0.27 %
Q3 2016 110.5 109.9 +0.55 %
Q2 2016 109.9 109.6 +0.27 %
Q1 2016 109.6 109.4 +0.18 %
Q4 2015 109.4 108.7 +0.64 %
Q3 2015 108.7 108.2 +0.46 %
Date Value Previous  
Q4 2017 0.3 0.9  
Q3 2017 0.9 0.4  
Q2 2017 0.4 0.4  
Q1 2017 0.4 0.3  
Q4 2016 0.3 0.5  
Q3 2016 0.5 0.3  
Q2 2016 0.3 0.2  
Q1 2016 0.2 0.6  
Q4 2015 0.6 0.5  
Q3 2015 0.5 0.4  
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