In the reference period, the change in prices of basic basket goods in commercial establishments rose 0.17 percent, while in informal markets the increase was fixed at 0.14 percent.
With regard to commercial establishments, according to data provided by Jornal de Angola, the list of goods that helped this rise is led by white sugar with 4.08 percent.
The podium is still made up of tomatoes and chicken legs with 3.74 percent and 3.02 percent, respectively.
Soy cooking oil (3.91 percent), regular rice (2.41 percent) and bread (1.20 percent) were the goods where the biggest price decreases were recorded.
According to Jornal de Angola, Intermarket, Deskontão and Shoprite were the establishments with the greatest price variations, with 4.73 percent, 1.01 percent and 0.86 percent, respectively. On the other hand, still in the reference period, Martal (1.72 percent), Maxi (1.36 percent) and Kibabo (1.01 percent) registered the biggest price decreases.
As for informal markets, whose increase was 0.14 percent, when analyzing the products that helped this rise, tomatoes (7.48 percent), beans (3.28 percent) and fuba de bombó stand out (3.25 percent), reports Jornal de Angola.
According to data from Jornal de Angola, the biggest variations were recorded in the KM30 (0.78 percent), Katinton (0.75 percent) and Kikolo (0.64 percent) markets, while saw price decreases in Congolenses (0.70 percent), Kifica (0.69 percent) and Asa Branca (0.17 percent) markets.