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Bank of England reports lowest level of inflation for two decades

The UK’s central bank, the Bank of England, released its Inflation Report for February 2015 on Thursday, which reveals inflation is at its lowest level since Inflation Targeting was introduced twenty years ago. Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation was recorded […]

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UK Inflation falls below expectation

UK Consumer Prices Index growth falls to 0.5%

Lower motor fuel prices have contributed to a fall in the UK's

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Lower food and fuel prices contribute to drop in UK inflation

UK inflation fell to 1.5% in August this year according to the Consumer Price Inflation, August 2014 reported published on Tuesday by the national statistical institute for the

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Average UK weekly earnings edge above inflation as unemployment falls

The Office for National statistics (ONS) released its latest statistical bulletin for UK Labour Market Statistics on Wednesday, which confirmed that annual growth of 1.7% in

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Ernst & Young forecasts average UK earnings to increase faster than inflation rate

London based multinational professional services firm EY (Ernst & Young) released its EY ITEM Club Spring forecast 2014 on Monday, which predicts that UK earnings will

UK Inflation falls below expectation

UK inflation drops to lowest rate since last year

The rate of inflation faced by households in the UK slowed notably in the year to October 2013, the lowest since September 2012, according to the Office for

Bank of England

UK inflation unchanged at 2.8% in March

Consumer price inflation in the UK stood at 2.8% in the year to March 2013, unchanged from February, official figures showed today. Upward contributions to CPI inflation came primarily

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UK inflation rate moves up to 2.8%

The UK's Consumer Prices Index (CPI) rose at the fastest pace in nine months in February, official figures showed today. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that CPI

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UK to continue to use existing Retail Prices Index to measure inflation

The UK's statistics agency has decided to keep the existing Retail Prices Index (RPI) measure of inflation even though it is not in line with international standards, it

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No change in UK inflation in November

Consumer price inflation in the UK remained steady at 2.7% in November 2012, unchanged from October, official figures showed today. The biggest price rises were recorded for bread, cereals

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