La inflación en la eurozona bate nuevo récord: llega al 8,9%

La inflación en los países de la Unión Europea que tienen como moneda el euro alcanza un nuevo récord en julio, impulsada por el aumento del precio de la energía, motivado en parte por la guerra rusa en Ucrania

EUROPA-TASAS DE INTERÉS
EUROPA-TASAS DE INTERÉS

La inflación en los países de la Unión Europea que tienen como moneda el euro alcanzó un nuevo récord en julio, impulsada por el aumento del precio de la energía, motivado en parte por la guerra rusa en Ucrania.

La inflación anual en la eurozona, formada por 19 de las 27 naciones del bloque, subió al 8,9% en julio, frente al 8,6% del mes anterior, según los últimos datos publicados el viernes por la agencia de estadística comunitaria.

La inflación está en su nivel más alto desde 1997, cuando comenzaron los registros para el euro.

El precio de la energía se incrementó en un 39,7%, mientras que el de los alimentos subió un 9,8% y el de otros productos un 4,5%.

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