Prices have been slowing down since the high of 3.8% reached in April, as a result of pharmaceutical drugs and products such as fuel and lubricants.
Harmonised CPI also fell by one decimal point to an annual increase of 2.9% from 3.0%.
According to analysts at Digital Look, We will have to wait two weeks for the full CPI data to be released. In any case, it is good to see a decline in the headline figure.
Lethargic demand and cost control (salaries and energy) lead us to believe that general inflation could fall to 2.5% in the coming months.
Major problem Inflation of almost 3% remains above the Eurozone's average and translates to a loss of competitiveness.
Cost inflation continues to be a major problem for Spain due to its high dependence on foreign energy, Digital Look said.
The festive season will also be a test of how healthy, or not, consumer confidence is.