Both indices remain static
Inflation in the Isle of Man remained static in May.
The Consumer Prices Index is still in negative territory at -0.2%, while the annual inflation figure measured by the Retail Prices Index remains at 3.8%.
Areas seeing the biggest year-on-year increases include air travel (19.7%), potatoes (13.7%) and tea (11.9%).
The largest decreases were in the oil and other fuels category (20.9%), sugars and preserves (22.8%) and pork (19.2%).