The annual inflation rate in Iran increased to 41.4 percent in October 2020, the most since August last year, from 34.4 percent in the previous month. Inflation accelerated for all categories: food & non-alcoholic beverages (40.4% vs 31.4% in September); housing & utilities (26.3% vs 26.2%); transport (109.5% vs 80.8); furniture & household equipment (48.7% vs 39.4%); miscellaneous goods & services (42.3% vs 35.9%); communication (24.1% vs 16.8%); clothing & footwear (39.6% vs 34.4%); restaurants & hotels (27.5% vs 24.6%); recreation & culture (44.6% vs 37.6%); tobacco (42.3% vs 33.7%), and health & medical services (31.0% vs 25.9%). On a monthly basis, consumer prices were up 7 percent in October, after a 3.6 percent gain in September. source: Statistical Center of Iran

Inflation Rate in Iran averaged 14.64 percent from 1957 until 2020, reaching an all time high of 59.02 percent in May of 1995 and a record low of -3.27 percent in April of 1958. This page provides the latest reported value for - Iran Inflation Rate - plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news. Iran Inflation Rate - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on November of 2020.

Inflation Rate in Iran is expected to be 30.00 percent by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate Inflation Rate in Iran to stand at 21.00 in 12 months time. In the long-term, the Iran Inflation Rate is projected to trend around 25.00 percent in 2021, according to our econometric models.

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Iran Inflation Rate

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
41.40 34.40 59.02 -3.27 1957 - 2020 percent Monthly


Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2020-08-04 02:30 AM Jul 26.9% 22.5% 21%
2020-09-03 12:30 AM Aug 30.4% 26.9% 23%
2020-10-02 02:00 AM Sep 34.4% 30.4% 30%
2020-11-03 02:00 AM Oct 41.4% 34.4% 31%
2020-12-14 03:00 AM Nov 41.4% 31%
2021-01-06 01:00 AM Dec
2021-02-03 03:30 AM Jan
2021-03-02 02:45 AM Feb


News Stream
Iran Inflation Rate at 14-Month High of 41.4%
The annual inflation rate in Iran increased to 41.4 percent in October 2020, the most since August last year, from 34.4 percent in the previous month. Inflation accelerated for all categories: food & non-alcoholic beverages (40.4% vs 31.4% in September); housing & utilities (26.3% vs 26.2%); transport (109.5% vs 80.8); furniture & household equipment (48.7% vs 39.4%); miscellaneous goods & services (42.3% vs 35.9%); communication (24.1% vs 16.8%); clothing & footwear (39.6% vs 34.4%); restaurants & hotels (27.5% vs 24.6%); recreation & culture (44.6% vs 37.6%); tobacco (42.3% vs 33.7%), and health & medical services (31.0% vs 25.9%). On a monthly basis, consumer prices were up 7 percent in October, after a 3.6 percent gain in September.
2020-11-03
Iran Inflation Rate Rises to Year High of 34.4%
The annual inflation rate in Iran increased to 34.4 percent in September 2020, the most since September last year, from 30.4 percent in the previous month. Inflation accelerated for all categories: food & non-alcoholic beverages (31.4% vs 25.8% in August); housing & utilities (26.2% vs 25.8%); transport (80.8% vs 65.1%); furniture & household equipment (39.4% vs 35.8%); miscellaneous goods & services (35.9% vs 33.5%); communication (16.8% vs 12.5%); clothing & footwear (34.4% vs 32.7%); restaurants & hotels (24.6% vs 23.2%); recreation & culture (37.6% vs 34.3%); tobacco (33.7% vs 31.4%), and health & medical services (25.9% vs 24.2%). On a monthly basis, consumer prices went up 3.6 percent in September, after a 3.5 percent rise in August.
2020-10-02
Iran Inflation Rate at 11-Month High of 30.4%
The annual inflation rate in Iran rose to 30.4 percent in August 2020, the most since September last year, from 26.9 percent in the previous month. Inflation accelerated for all categories: food & non-alcoholic beverages (25.8% vs 20.9% in July); housing & utilities (25.8% vs 24.6%); transport (65.1% vs 55.9%); furniture & household equipment (35.8% vs 31.2%); miscellaneous goods & services (33.5% vs 29.8%); communication (12.5% vs 10.3%); clothing & footwear (32.7% vs 31.0%); restaurants & hotels (23.2% vs 21.3%); recreation & culture (34.3% vs 30.1%); tobacco (31.4% vs 23.8%), and health & medical services (24.2% vs 23.3%). On a monthly basis, consumer prices rose 3.5 percent in August, after a 6.4 percent gain in July.
2020-09-03
Iran Inflation Rate Rises to 7-Month High
The annual inflation rate in Iran increased to 26.9 percent in July 2020, the most since December last year, from 22.5 percent in the previous month. Inflation accelerated for most categories: food & non-alcoholic beverages (20.9% vs 14.9% in June); housing & utilities (24.6% vs 21.7%); transport (55.9% vs 48.6%); furniture & household equipment (31.2% vs 26.6%); miscellaneous goods & services (29.8% vs 25.3%); communication (10.3% vs 7.0%); clothing & footwear (31.0% vs 28.0%); restaurants & hotels (21.3% vs 17.9%); recreation & culture (30.1% vs 26.5%), and tobacco (23.8% vs 16.0%). Meantime, prices of health & medical services continued to rise (23.3% vs 24.0%). On a monthly basis, consumer prices rose 6.4 percent in July, the most since May 1995.
2020-08-04

Iran Inflation Rate
In Iran, the most important categories in the consumer price index are Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels (29 percent of total weight) and Food and beverages (28.5 percent of total weight). Others include: Transport (11.97 percent); Furnishings, household equipment and routine household maintenance (6 percent); Clothing and footwear (6 percent) and Health (5.5 percent). The smallest groups are Recreation and culture; Education; Restaurants and hotels; Communication; Tobacco at and Miscellaneous services and goods.