The Eurozone inflation rate has slowed for the first time in a year.
Figures show it's now at 10% for November.
It's the slightest of falls between October and November - the rate falling by 0.6%.
In October it was at 10.6%.
The EU figures show Ireland's rate is estimated to be even lower than the Eurozone - at 9%.
The actual Irish inflation will be confirmed by the CSO in the coming days.
Compared across the Eurozone - Ireland has the sixth lowest rate.
Latvia has the highest at just over 21%, while Spain has the lowest at 6%.
One of the big drivers is energy prices going up in the year between November 2021 and November 2022 by 43%.