Year-on-year, downward pressure came from cost of fresh food (-10.6 percent) and transport (-3.19 percent). In contrast, the highest price increase was reported for housing, water, electricity, gas and fuels (5.89 percent). Cost of food and non-alcoholic beverages rose 1.08 percent.
On a monthly basis, consumer prices fell 0.51 percent, compared to a 0.2 percent increase in the previous month, driven by a 6.87 percent decline in transport cost and a 0.49 percent drop in food prices.
Core inflation (excluding food and energy) increased 6.9 percent in November of 2014 compared to 7.8 percent in October of 2014. The month-on-month rate was recorded at -0.5 percent in November compared to +0.7 percent in the previous period.
A year ago, inflation rate was recorded at 10.90 percent.