What was the inflation rate in 2008?

Answer Generally, inflation is increase of prices over a course of time. Inflation is measured by comparing the Consumer Price Index from year to year. The Consumer Price Index measures the average cost o... Read More »

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What is the U.S. inflation rate for January 2008?

The United States inflation rate for January 2008 was 4.3 percent, more than double the 2.1 percent rate from the same period in 2007. The January 2008 rate was up substantially from the previous m... Read More »

What was the rate of inflation in India in 2008?

According to the Finance Blog, the inflation rate of India is calculated using the Wholesale Price Index, a different system than the one used by the rest of the world. The year 2008 ended with an ... Read More »

What was the rate of inflation from 1962 to 2008?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistic's Inflation Calculator (which is calculated using the annual average Consumer Price Index of a given calendar year), the rate of inflation change fro... Read More »

What was the annual inflation rate for 2008?

The inflation rate in 2008 fluctuated month to month, but the annual average was 3.85 percent. The highest monthly rate was 5.60 percent in July 2008, while the lowest monthly rate was 0.09 percen... Read More »