In August 2017, the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) recovered by 0.5% over a month, after a decline of 0.3% in July. Seasonally adjusted, it increased by 0.2% after two months of stability. Year on year, consumer prices accelerated to +0.9% after +0.7% in July.
Over a month, the rebound in prices resulted from that, seasonal, of manufactured product prices, and also from an upturn in energy prices. Contrariwise, services prices slowed down sharply due to a seasonal downturn in airfares and a slowdown in those of accommodation services. Food prices were stable.