Consumer prices in Indonesia increased 3.58% year-on-year (y/y) in October of 2017, easing from a 3.72% rise in the previous month. It was the lowest inflation rate since January, as cost increased less for: housing & utilities (5.19 pct vs 5.58 pct); health (3.16 pct vs 3.25 pct); raw food (0.80 pct vs 1.04 pct), and transport (4.60 pct vs 4.71 pct). Prices rose more for both clothing (3.17 pct vs 2.68 pct); education (3.23 pct vs 3.17 pct), and processed food (4.28 vs 4.24 pct). Meantime, core consumer prices went up 3.07% y/y, compared to a 3% rise in September. On a monthly basis, consumer prices edged up 0.01% in October, after increasing 0.13% in a month earlier.