The inflation rate in the eurozone stood at 8.6 percent in January 2023, rounding up slightly from 8.5 percent in the 'flash' estimate released earlier this month and down sharply from 9.2 percent in December. The main component is food, alcohol and tobacco (+2.94 percent). Eurostat reports.

For Italy, inflation in January was at 10.7 percent - a figure in line with domestic estimates: on Tuesday Istat certified +10 percent for our country - lower than the 10.9 percent flash estimate and 12.3 percent in December. In the EU, inflation is 10 percent, up from 10.4 percent in December. Lower rates in Luxembourg (5.8%) and Spain (5.9%), higher in Hungary (26.2%), Latvia (21.4%) and the Czech Republic (19.1%).


Source: il Sole24Ore