Israel annual inflation rate dips to 2.6% in January

Credit: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

JERUSALEM, Feb 15 (Reuters) - Israel's inflation rate fell to a more than two-year low of 2.6% in January, down from 3.0% in December, the Central Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday.

A Reuters poll had expected the rate to ease to 2.7% last

month. The consumer price index was unchanged in January from

December.

(Writing by Dan Williams)

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