The German state of Brandenburg, one of the six states that publish consumer price inflation data ahead of the pan-German figures, will publish CPI data for October on Nov. 1, its statistics office says.
The statistics office did not give a reason for the delay in the release, but Tuesday is a one-off public holiday in Germany, which makes Monday a bridge day.
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Saxony, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bavaria, Hesse and North Rhein-Westphalia have already published their CPI data for October.
The pan-German data is due at 1400 CET/1300 GMT.
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October 30, 2017 05:58 ET (09:58 GMT)