In the first fortnight of June 2022, the National Consumer Price Index (INPC) grew 0.49% compared to the previous fortnight. With this result, annual headline inflation stood at 7.88%. In the same fortnight of 2021, biweekly inflation was 0.34% and annual inflation was 6.02%.
In terms of the capitals of Coahuila and Durango, Saltillo is among the cities with the highest variation, with 0.78%, and which presented an annual inflation of 8.32%while Durango is among the lowest, with 0.19%, and an annual figure of 9.16%.
Thus, the state of Durango registered an inflation of 9.16%, compared to the same period last year, and which coincides with that registered in the capital, while Coahuila also exceeded the national average with an INPC of 8.69%. On the other hand, Torreón presented a variation of 0.37% compared to the last fortnight, leaving the inflation of the municipality at 9.38%, being higher than the average in the country.
In the first half of June 2022, the variation of the underlying and non-core indices was 0.50% and 0.49%, respectively. In the same fortnight of 2021 it was 0.35% and 0.31%.
In the first half of June 2022, the annual variation of the INPC was 7.88% and that of the underlying and non-core indices was 7.47% and 9.13%, respectively. In the same period of the previous year, the INPC increased 6.02% and its components 4.58% and 10.61%, in that order.
The main generic products whose price variations stood out for their incidence on general inflation are potatoes and other tubers with 18.79%, oranges with 13.13%, air transport with 6.62%, chicken with 2.28%, electricity with 2.59% . In the downward prices, were the grape with -12.66%, the serrano pepper with -10.36%, the lemon with -9.53%, the melon with -6.18%, the poblano pepper with -8.48%.
The states in which the INPC reached the highest and lowest variations in the first half of June 2022 were Jalisco with 0.74%, San Luis Potosí with 0.72%, Quintana Roo with 0.66%, Mexico City and Chiapas with 0.63%. Among those with the least variation, Yucatán with 0.11%, Durango with 0.19%Tamaulipas with 0.22%, Tlaxcala with 0.25%, Baja California Sur with 0.27%.
The Price Index of the Minimum Consumption Basket increased 0.56% fortnightly and 8.44% at the annual rate. In the same period of 2021, the corresponding figures were 0.43% and 7.23%, in that order.