After three straight months of decline, the price of picanha rose again in November. The elevation appears in the search performed to calculate the Extended National Consumer Price Index 15 (IPCA-15)🇧🇷 Responsible for the survey, the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) released the data on Thursday, 24.
Through the IPCA-15, the IBGE evaluates the preview of monthly inflation. In November, the indicator closed with an increase of 0.5%🇧🇷 Price surveys are carried out around the 15th of each month.
According to the organ, the price of Picanha was about 1% more expensive in mid-November, when the comparison is made with the same period of the previous month. The amount charged for this same cut had fallen by 2% in October, 0.1% in September and 1.5% in August.
In general, the cost of food for the consumer rose around 0.5% in November’s IPCA-15. The average values charged for rice, whole chicken and chicken egg, for example, also rose.
In addition, the first survey for the indicator carried out after the second round of elections shows the increase in fuel prices. Gasoline and ethanol rose 1.7% and 6.2%, respectively — since June, their value has been falling. Diesel, on the other hand, increased by 0.1%, interrupting the fall that started in August.