Brazilian private household consumption accumulated a 2.84% increase from January to September this year.
In September, consumption at home was influenced by the drop in food prices, and the indicator closed the month with a high of 0.39% compared to August.
Compared to the same period in 2021, the increase is 11.19%.
The data are from the Brazilian Supermarket Association (Abras), and the values are deflated by the National Wide Consumer Price Index (IPCA) from the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE).
For the year 2022, Abras forecasts an accumulated growth of up to 3.3 . . .