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Consumer price index of women's clothing, Dec 2005

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Jan '06
Consumer Price Index (CPI) during December 2005 indicates that consumers paid 2.2 percent more than in December 2004, according to Canadian Statistics released yesterday. For the goods and services included in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) basket, this is a slight increase compared to the 2.0 percent rise in November.

The 12-month change in the All-items index excluding energy was up 1.4 percent from December 2004 to December 2005, the same rate of increase as for November 2005.

Prices for women's clothing dropped 2.8 percent in December during pre-Christmas sales. However, prices from Prince Edward Island posted most substantial decrease (-12.0 percent), while Saskatchewan (+2.3 percent), Nova Scotia (+2.3 percent) and New Brunswick (+0.4 percent) were recorded higher.

The seasonally adjusted CPI increased between November and December.

Seasonally adjusted, the CPI was up 0.2 percent between November and December 2005.

Upward pressure came from the indexes for clothing and footwear (+0.5 percent), food (+0.1 percent), recreation, education and reading (+0.1 percent), as well as health and personal care (+0.2 percent), the release mentioned.


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