SINGAPORE
CONSUMER
PRICE INDEX
(CPI)
The CPI is designed to measure the average price changes in a fixed basket of goods and services commonly purchased by resident households overtime. It is commonly used as a measure of consumer price inflation.
ALL ITEMS CPI
ALL ITEMS
LESS OOA1
MAS CORE
INFLATION2
2016
-0.5%
2017
0.6%
2016
0.3%
2017
1.7%
2016
0.9%
2017
1.5%
SINGAPORE'S CPI ROSE BY 0.6% IN 2017
WEIGHTING PATTERN FOR 2014-BASED CPI
FOR GENERAL HOUSEHOLDS
HOUSING & UTILITIES, FOOD, AND TRANSPORT ARE THE TOP 3 EXPENDITURE GROUPS

2014-BASED CPI
WEIGHTING PATTERN
FOR GENERAL
HOUSEHOLDS
%
Housing
& Utilities
%
Food
%
Transport
%
Recreation
& Culture
%
Education
%
Health Care
%
Miscellaneous
Good & Services
%
Household
Durables & Services
%
Communication
%
Clothing & Footwear
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INFLATION RATE FOR GENERAL HOUSEHOLDS
IN 2017
HIGHER FOOD AND TRANSPORT COSTS MORE THAN OFFSET THE
LOWER COSTS OF HOUSING AND UTILITIES IN 2017

2017 Inflation Rate by Divisions
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
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INFLATION RATE FOR GENERAL HOUSEHOLDS AND BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME GROUPS IN 2017
THE LOWEST 20% INCOME GROUP FELL BY 0.1% IN 2017,
THE THIRD CONSECUTIVE ANNUAL DECLINE
General
Households
0.6%
Lowest 20%
Income Group
-0.1%
Middle 60%
Income Group
0.5%
Highest 20%
Income Group
0.8%