United States Consumer Price Index (CPI), All Items

1982-84 = 100

To figure the percentage increase between any two months: 

  1. Subtract the index for the earlier month from the later month
  2. Divide that number by the index for the earlier month
  3. Then multiply the result by 100 by moving the decimal two places to the right
 

 

Year   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Avg Prior
Year
2010 U 216.7 216.7 217.6 218.0 216.0 218.0 218.0 218.3 218.4 218.7 218.8 219.2 218.1 1.6%
2011 U 220.2 221.3 223.5 224.9 226.0 225.7 225.9 226.5 226.9 226.4 226.2  225.7 224.9 3.1%
2012 U 226.7 227.7 229.4 230.1 229.8 229.5 229.1 230.4 231.4 231.3 230.2 229.6 229.6 2.1%
2013 U 230.3 232.2 232.8 232.5 232.9 233.5 233.6 233.9 234.1 233.5 233.1 233.0 233.2 1.6%
2014 U 233.9 234.8 236.3 237.1 237.9 238.3 238.3 237.9 238.0 237.4 236.2 234.8 236.7 1.5%
2015 U 233.7 234.7 236.1 236.6 237.8 238.6 238.7 238.3 237.9 237.8 237.3 236.5 237.0 0.1%
2016 U 236.9 237.1 238.1 239.3 240.2 241.0 240.6 240.9 241.4 241.7        
Year   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Avg Prior
Year

U = All Urban Consumers.

Source: Prepared by the Utah Department of Workforce Services, Workforce Research and Analysis Division, from tabulations published by Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States Department of Labor.

Note: This table contains the corrected index values.