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U.K. Documents | 15 November. 2016 Inflation Likely Stable in October, but Upward Trend Remains Strong
We expect today's consumer price figures to show that CPI inflation remained at 1.0% in October, after jumping in September from 0.6% in August.

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15 November. 2016 Inflation Likely Stable in October, but Upward Trend Remains Strong

By Samuel Tombs

We expect today's consumer price figures to show that CPI inflation remained at 1.0% in October, after jumping in September from 0.6% in August.

Posted: 14th Nov 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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