United States Inflation Rate in 1950
Inflation rate in the United States was 5.93% in 1950. That is 8.01 more than it was in the preceding 1949 and 0.07% less than in the following year of 1951.
Month over month inflation rate is calculated for just the subject month itself - from the first to the last day of that month:
|Month to month, %||-0.42||0.00||0.43||0.00||0.42||0.42||1.26||0.83||0.41||0.82||0.41||1.21||5.93|
Year to year inflation rate is calculated for 12 months: 11 months preceding the subject one and the subject month itself:
|Year over year (12 months), %||-2.08||-1.26||-0.84||-1.26||-0.42||-0.42||1.69||2.10||2.09||3.80||3.78||5.93||5.93|
Progressive inflation rate is an incremental year to date inflation that sums rates from the beginning of the calendar year to the end of the subject month:
|Progressive (year to date), %||-0.42||-0.42||0.00||0.00||0.42||0.85||2.12||2.97||3.39||4.24||4.66||5.93||5.93|
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