The OECD Purchasing Power Parities are subject to many questions. These Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are made to help you answering them.
The OECD, in partnership with Eurostat, has calculated new benchmark purchasing power parities (PPPs) for GDP and final consumption for the year 2014 for 47 countries following a common methodology. Detailed 2014 PPP benchmark results are available at http://stats.oecd.org/Index.aspx?DataSetCode=PPP2011. They include PPPs, price level indices and associated indicators for some 50 categories of goods and services.
Rising energy prices push OECD annual inflation to 1.8% in December 2016
OECD annual inflation slightly up to 1.4% in November 2016
OECD annual inflation picks up to 1.4% in October 2016, driven by energy prices
Few economic indicators make the newspapers’ front pages. One that often does though is house prices. This is because, as witnessed during the financial crisis, movements in house prices can have a direct impact on households’ wealth and economic growth.
OECD annual inflation increases to 1.2% in September 2016, driven by energy prices
OECD annual inflation edges up to 0.9% in August 2016
OECD annual inflation slows marginally to 0.8% in July 2016
OECD annual inflation slightly up to 0.9% in June 2016