The most recently published RPI inflation rate is:
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The Retail Prices Index (RPI) is the main measure of inflation in Jersey.
It measures the average change in prices of goods and services purchased by households
and is sometimes referred to as the 'cost of living'.
The annual percentage changes in the RPI since March 1989 are shown in the chart below.
Jersey RPI annual inflation rate
Source: Statistics Jersey,
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Other inflation measures
As well as the headline (All Items) RPI we also produce four other inflation measures:
Latest figures for other inflation measures (annual percentage change)
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|RPI(Y)||||excludes mortgage interest payments and indirect taxes|
|RPI Low Income||
||for households in the lowest 20% of household income|
The Fiscal Policy Panel oversees the production of assumptions about the Jersey economy, including for inflation
Fiscal Policy Panel
Download past reports and data tables
You can search by year for past RPI reports on the
Statistics Jersey reports and documents page.
You can access the RPI data tables on the
open data site.