The Economist asks:

What will be the annual inflation rate in Argentina in May 2024?

Started Dec 22, 2023 06:00PM UTC
Closing Jun 01, 2024 07:01AM UTC

As Argentine President Javier Milei begins to implement major reforms in the economically troubled country, already high inflation is expected to spike (Economist, AP, MSN, Yahoo). The question will be suspended on 31 May 2024 and the outcome determined using National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (Spanish: "Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos," or "INDEC") data as reported by Trading Economics (Trading Economics). Historical data may be downloaded from the INDEC website (INDEC [in Spanish], see download options under "Índice de precios al consumidor con cobertura nacional").

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Possible Answer Crowd Forecast Change in last 24 hours Change in last week Change in last month
Less than 160.0% 4.64% -0.36% -1.36% -2.36%
Between 160.0% and 240.0%, inclusive 13.55% -0.45% -3.45% -6.45%
More than 240.0% but less than 340.0% 69.84% -0.16% +4.84% +10.84%
Between 340.0% and 460.0%, inclusive 8.21% +0.21% -1.79% -2.79%
More than 460.0% but less than 600.0% 2.70% +0.70% +0.70% +0.70%
600.0% or more 1.06% +0.06% +1.06% +0.06%

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