cbe

USD
56.9888
58.1286
,
GBP
68.8685
70.2459
,
EUR
61.9126
63.1509
,
CHF
60.2506
61.4556
,
SEK
4.8235
4.92
,
NOK
4.8161
4.9124
,
DKK
7.511
7.6612
,
DJF
,
JPY
0.333
0.3397
,
CAD
37.8309
38.5875
,
SAR
13.7515
14.0265
,
AED
14.0413
14.3221
,
XAF
0.012
0.0122
,
INR
,
KES
,
AUD
34.3952
35.0831
,
SDR
,
ZAR
,
CNY
7.1453
7.2882
,
KWD
177.2055
180.7496

awash

USD
56.9888
58.1286
,
EUR
61.9126
63.1509
,
GBP
68.8685
70.2459
,
CHF
60.2506
61.4556
,
SAR
13.7515
14.0265
,
AED
14.0413
14.3221
,
CAD
37.8309
38.5875

abyssinia

GBP
68.8685
70.2459
,
CHF
60.2506
61.4556
,
EUR
61.9126
63.1509
,
USD
56.9888
58.1286
,
CAD
37.8309
38.5875
,
AED
14.0413
14.3221
,
SAR
13.7515
14.0265
,
NOK
4.8161
4.9124
,
SEK
5.3298
5.4364

abay

USD
56.5376
57.6684
,
EUR
61.7956
63.0315
,
GBP
72.289
73.7348
,
CHF
64.3716
65.659
,
AUD
37.3657
38.113
,
AED
15.3911
15.6989
,
CNY
7.8594
8.0166
,
DKK
8.2877
8.4535
,
DJF
0.3166
0.3229
,
INR
0.6826
0.6963
,
JPY
0.3821
0.3897
,
KES
0.4082
0.4164
,
NOK
5.3785
5.4861
,
SAR
15.0739
15.3754
,
ZAR
3.0306
3.0912
,
SEK
5.5156
5.6259
,
SDR
78.118
79.6804

zemen

CAD
41.8021
42.6381
,
EUR
61.9126
63.1509
,
GBP
72.1136
73.5559
,
SEK
5.3298
5.4364
,
USD
56.9888
58.1286

buna

nib

GBP
68.8685
70.2459
,
EUR
61.9126
63.1509
,
CHF
60.2506
61.4556
,
USD
56.9888
58.1286
,
CAD
37.8309
38.5875
,
AED
14.0413
14.3221
,
SAR
13.7515
14.0265

berhan

wegagen

USD
56.704
57.8381
,
GBP
68.416
69.7843
,
EURO
61.4501
62.6791
,
CAD
37.8361
38.5928
,
AUD
33.7923
34.4681
,
CHF
59.9428
61.1417
,
SEK
4.8272
4.9237
,
NOK
4.7926
4.8885
,
DKK
7.4566
7.6057
,
DJF
0.2862
0.324
,
INR
0.6803
0.6939
,
KSH
0.4345
0.4432
,
JPY
0.3389
0.3457
,
SAR
13.6809
13.9545
,
AED
13.9722
14.2516
,
ZAR
3.1723
3.2357
,
CNY
7.0934
7.2353
,
KWD
176.0871
179.6088

dgb

USD
56.9757
58.1152
,
GBP
71.5102
72.9404
,
EUR
61.511
62.7412
,
CHF
62.7831
64.0388
,
CAD
41.6855
42.5192

enat

USD
56.8022
57.9382
,
GBP
70.7585
72.1737
,
CHF
62.3446
63.5915
,
SEK
5.1879
5.2917
,
NOK
5.1733
5.2768
,
DKK
8.1014
8.2634
,
KES
0.4271
0.4356
,
JPY
0.3673
0.3746
,
DJF
0.3181
0.3245
,
CAD
41.1312
41.9538
,
AUD
36.4897
37.2195
,
SAR
15.1424
15.4452
,
AED
15.4648
15.7741
,
ZAR
2.9861
3.0458
,
CNY
7.846
8.0029

addis

nbe

dashen

USD
56.9888
58.1286
,
GBP
68.8685
70.2459
,
CHF
60.2506
61.4556
,
SEK
4.8235
4.92
,
NOK
4.8161
4.91242
,
DKK
7.511
7.6612
,
JPY
0.333
0.3397
,
CAD
37.8309
38.5875
,
SAR
13.7515
14.0265
,
AED
14.0413
14.3221
,
EUR
61.9126
63.1509
,
DJF
0
0
,
INR
0
0
,
KES
0
0
,
AUD
34.3952
35.0831
,
ZAR
0
0
,
CNY
7.1453
7.2882
,
KWD
177.2055
180.7496
,
AED

oromia

USD
56.9888
58.1286
,
GBP
68.8685
70.2459
,
EUR
61.9126
63.1509
,
CHF
60.2506
61.4556
,
SAR
13.7515
14.0265
,
AED
14.0413
14.3221

lion

coop

USD
56.9239
58.0624
,
GBP
71.4053
72.8334
,
EUR
61.0167
62.237
,
SAR
15.1761
15.4796
,
AED
15.4967
15.8066

gadaa

USD
56.9586
58.0978
,
GBP
67.8529
69.21
,
EUR
61.1223
62.3447
,
AED
14.0327
14.3134
,
SAR
137438
14.0187
,
CHF
59.8147
61.011

hijra

amhara

USD
56.9888
58.1286
,
GBP
68.8685
70.2459
,
EUR
61.9126
63.1509
,
CAD
37.8309
38.5875
,
AED
14.0413
14.3221
,
SAR
13.7515
14.0265

tsehay

USD
56.9888
58.1286
,
GBP
68.8685
70.2459
,
EUR
61.9126
63.1509
,
CAD
37.8309
38.5875
,
SAR
13.7515
14.0265
,
AED
14.0413
14.3221

tsedey

USD
56.9837
58.1234
,
EUR
61.6735
62.907
,
GBP
68.612
69.9842
,
AED
14.0396
14.3204

The recent inflation rate in Ethiopia has seen a notable decrease. As of March 2024, the annual inflation rate fell to 26.2%, which is the lowest it has been since June 2021. This decline marks the second consecutive month of falling inflation rates, down from 28.2% in February 2024. The decrease was observed in both food prices, which slowed to 29% from 31.6% in February, and non-food products, which decreased to 22% from 23.5%.On a monthly basis, consumer prices saw a significant jump of 4% in March, which is the highest increase within a year, following a 1% rise in the previous month.

The main components of the consumer price index in Ethiopia are Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Housing and Utilities, and Clothing & Footwear, with food having the highest weight of 54%. Understanding the Forces Behind Ethiopia’s Inflation In the bustling markets of Ethiopia, where the vibrant colors of spices and textiles blend with the daily lives of its people, the topic of inflation often weaves into conversations. It’s a force that touches everything from the price of bread to the cost of a bus ride. But what exactly fuels this economic phenomenon in a country as diverse as Ethiopia.

 

The Money Trail Firstly, Money – the kind that jingles in your pocket. When there’s too much of it chasing too few goods, prices tend to rise. Ethiopia has seen its share of this monetary tango, with an increase in money supply nudging inflation forward. And then there’s the interest rate dance , where the central bank sets the rhythm. Lower rates can lead to more borrowing and spending, which can also turn up the heat on inflation.

Global Connections Ethiopia, like many countries, doesn’t operate in isolation. The prices of imported goods, especially essentials like food and oil, can sway the inflation pendulum. A spike in global oil prices?That’ll trickle down to the cost of living in Addis Ababa. The Daily Grind Everyday factors contribute as well. The cost of producing goods think wages and materials can push prices up if they increase And let’s not forget the price at the pump.Energy costs are like the heartbeat of an economy when they surge, the ripple effect can be felt across various sector

The Demand Factor As the economy grows and people have more to spend, demand for goods can outpace supply, leading to higher prices. It’s the classic case of too many Birr chasing too few goods. The Expectation Game Lastly, there’s the psychological aspect. If people expect prices to rise, they might start buying more now to avoid paying more later. This behavior, in turn,can actually cause prices to go up. In conclusion, inflation in Ethiopia is a complex dance of various factors – from the amount of money in circulation to the cost of energy and the expectations of its citizens. Understanding these drivers is crucial for policymakers who aim to keep the economy’s rhythm smooth and steady, ensuring that the daily lives of Ethiopians aren’t disrupted by the unpredictable waves of inflation.