What is IGP M in Brazil?
IGP-M – Market General Price Index calculated by the Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV).
What is IPCA index?
The National System of Consumer Price Indexes – SNIPC continuously and systematically produces the Extended National Consumer Price Index – IPCA, aimed at measuring the inflation rate for a group of products and services from retail trade, relative to household expenditure.
What IPCA 15?
The IBGE also discloses the IPCA-15, with the same form of calculation, but with the collection period of 15 days from the previous month to 15 of the reference month. The IPCA is the official inflation “, used as reference by the Central Bank to establish the goals of changes in price in the country.
What is the current Brazil inflation rate?
The central bank’s latest weekly survey of economists showed they lowered their forecasts for economic growth this year to just 0.28%, with expected inflation of 5.03% – again above the upper limit of the official inflation target of 3.50% for 2022, with a 1.5 percentage point margin of error on either side.
What is the level of corruption in Brazil?
Transparency International’s 2016 Corruption Perception Index ranks the country 79th place out of 176 countries.
How many consumer price indexes are there?
Consumer inflation for all urban consumers is measured by two indexes, namely, the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) and the Chained Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (C-CPI-U).
Does Brazil have an inflation problem?
Brazil Inflation Rate at 18-Year High The annual inflation rate in Brazil increased to 10.74 percent in November of 2021 from 10.67 percent in October but below market expectations of 10.88 percent.
What is Brazil’s crime rate?
Brazil has the seventh-highest crime rate in the world with exceptionally high rates of violent crimes. Brazil’s homicide rate was 23.6 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants in 2020—and it has been as high as 30.8 in previous years.
Is Brazil in poverty?
In 2019, the poverty headcount ratio at 3.20 U.S. dollars a day in Brazil amounted to 9.12 percent, which means that proportion of the Brazilian population was living on less than 3.20 U.S. dollars per day. The poverty rate has continuously increased since 2014, when this percentage stood at around seven percent.