Annual inflation in the eurozone for September was revised lower amid weaker energy prices, Eurostat data showed.
Headline inflation came in at 0.8% in September, down from a flash estimate of 0.9% and slower than the 1.0% rate in August.
Excluding energy, food, alcohol and tobacco, annual inflation ticked up to 1.0% from 0.9%, in line with preliminary data.
Energy prices dropped 1.8% following a 0.6% dip in August. Prices of food, alcohol and tobacco were up 1.6%, compared with a 2.1% rise previously.
On a monthly basis, headline inflation was at 0.2% while underlying inflation came in at 0.4%, in line with preliminary estimates.
The European Central Bank has an inflation target of just under 2%.