LatinNews Daily - 07 November 2022

​In brief: Inflation picks up in Honduras

*Honduras’s central bank (BCH) has released its latest inflation figures which show that monthly inflation in October was 0.66%, above the 0.13% registered in September and -0.03% in August but below the 0.89% registered in July. The October figure brings the annual inflation rate to 10.18% and the accumulated rate for the year to 8.33%. According to the BCH, the monthly rate was influenced mainly by rises in the prices of certain perishable foods such as vegetables and dairy products, associated in part with the recent hurricanes Ian and Julia and distortions in the domestic market, among other things.

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