Jordan - Inflation, consumer prices (annual %)
1970 - 2022

Jordan's inflation, consumer prices (annual %) is currently 4.23%, according to the most recent World Bank data for the country (2022).

Definition

The consumer price index gauges inflation by indicating the yearly percentage shift in the expenses for an average consumer to procure a collection of goods and services, which could either remain constant or alter at specified periods like annually; typically employing the Laspeyres formula.

  • Jordan's inflation, consumer prices (annual %) for 2022 was 4.229%, a 214.18% increase from 2021, with a +2 difference.
  • In 2021 it was 1.346%, a 303.88% increase from 2020, with a +1 difference.
  • In 2020 it was 0.333%, a -56.23% increase from 2019.
  • In 2019 it was 0.762%, a -82.93% increase from 2018.
  • In 2018 it was 4.462%, a 34.25% increase from 2017.
Measure: Percent

Average, Lowest, and Highest Recorded Values

The average inflation, consumer prices (annual %), value for Jordan is currently 5.7724% (average of years with recorded data) with a lowest recorded value of -0.8769% in 2015 and a highest value of 25.7127% in 1989.

4.229%
Recent Data (2022)
1.346%
2021 Data
0.333%
2020 Data
4.229%
Most Recent Data (2022)
1.346%
2021 Data
All Time Jordan Inflation, consumer prices (annual %) Data
Jordan's Inflation, consumer prices (annual %) - Historical Data
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Comparison with Countries in the Middle East & North Africa Region.

Among countries in the same World Bank Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region, Jordan comes in 15th with 4.229% inflation, consumer prices (annual %).

  • Within the same region, Algeria comes in 5th with 9.266%, inflation, consumer prices (annual %).
  • Tunisia comes in 6th with 8.306%.
  • Yemen, Rep. comes in 7th with 8.105%.
  • Morocco comes in 8th with 6.657%.
  • Malta comes in 9th with 6.154%.
  • Djibouti comes in 10th with 5.18%.
  • Qatar comes in 11th with 4.995%.
  • Iraq comes in 12th with 4.995%.
  • United Arab Emirates comes in 13th with 4.828%.
  • Israel comes in 14th with 4.394%.
  • Bahrain comes in 16th with 3.626%.
  • Kuwait comes in 17th with 3.424%.
  • Oman comes in 18th with 2.812%.
  • Libya comes in 19th with 2.606%.
  • Saudi Arabia comes in 20th with 2.474%.
  • And West Bank and Gaza comes in 21st with 1.237%, inflation, consumer prices (annual %).

Inflation, consumer prices (annual %), Top 10 Countries in the Middle East & North Africa Region.

Top 10 Countries in the Middle East & North Africa Region.
# Country Inflation, consumer prices (annual %) Year
1 Lebanon 154.76% 2021
2 Iran, Islamic Rep. 43.39% 2021
3 Syrian Arab Republic 36.70% 2012
4 Egypt, Arab Rep. 13.90% 2022
5 Algeria 9.27% 2022
6 Tunisia 8.31% 2022
7 Yemen, Rep. 8.10% 2014
8 Morocco 6.66% 2022
9 Malta 6.15% 2022
10 Djibouti 5.18% 2022

Comparison with Countries in the Lower middle income Group.

Among countries in the same World Bank Lower middle income (LMI) group, Jordan comes in 43rd with 4.229% inflation, consumer prices (annual %).

Inflation, consumer prices (annual %), Top 14 Countries in the Lower middle income Group.

Top 14 Countries in the Lower middle income Group.
# Country Inflation, consumer prices (annual %) Year
1 Lebanon 154.756% 2021
2 Zimbabwe 104.705% 2022
3 Sri Lanka 49.721% 2022
4 Iran, Islamic Rep. 43.389% 2021
5 Haiti 33.984% 2022
6 Ghana 31.256% 2022
7 Angola 25.754% 2021
8 Lao PDR 22.956% 2022
9 Ukraine 20.184% 2022
10 Pakistan 19.874% 2022
11 Nigeria 18.847% 2022
12 Sao Tome and Principe 18.006% 2022
13 Mongolia 15.148% 2022
14 Kyrgyz Republic 13.923% 2022