Angola’s central bank establishes inflation expectation indicators


The National Bank of Angola will issue two new monthly surveys to improve its understanding of inflation expectations, the central bank announced this month.

In an effort to better analyse the behaviour of prices of goods and services, and subsequently better anchor inflation expectations, the central bank has developed an “inflation expectation indicator”.

To do this, the central bank will gather data on prices through two surveys – one to the private sector and one to the general public.


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