Domestic Price Warnings

Countries where prices of one or more basic food commodity are at abnormal high levels in main markets.
Price warning level:  High   Moderate [Based on the Indicator of Price Anomalies (IPA)]

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Moderate alert
10/11/2020

Food prices continue to increase and higher year on year amid a difficult macro-economic situation
High alert
10/11/2020

Prices of rice, maize and wheat on the rise in October
Moderate alert
10/11/2020

Prices of rice increased further in October and well above their year-earlier levels reflecting seasonal patterns exacerbated by unfavourable weather for the harvest just starting
High alert
10/11/2020

Prices of staple food decreased in September but remained higher year on year
Moderate alert
10/11/2020

Prices held stable or increased slightly in October and remained above their levels 12 months before following the sharp increases recorded in March and April 2020 due to strong consumer demand and export limitations in Kazakhstan
High alert
10/11/2020

Upward surge of coarse grains prices halted in September with the start of the 2020 harvest, but prices remain high
High alert
10/11/2020

Prices of wheat flour increased still on the rise in October, with tight market availabilities, and reach new peaks
High alert
10/11/2020

Food prices continue to surge upward and at exceptionally high levels due to a further depreciation of the local currency
High alert
10/11/2020

Food prices continue to soar upward in October and reach new peaks, with seasonal upward pressure compounded by flood-related trade disruptions.
Moderate alert
10/11/2020

Prices remained stable or increased slightly in October and were above their levels a year earlier after strong domestic demand and market disruptions had triggered sharp price increases in the past months
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