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U.K. | 16 July 2020 CPI Inflation Remains Set for a Near- Zero Rate Soon, Despite June's Rise
We still expect CPI inflation to decline a little further in the second half of this year, despite its surprise increase to 0.6% in June, from 0.5% in May.

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16 July 2020 CPI Inflation Remains Set for a Near- Zero Rate Soon, Despite June's Rise

By Samuel Tombs

We still expect CPI inflation to decline a little further in the second half of this year, despite its surprise increase to 0.6% in June, from 0.5% in May.

Posted: 15th Jul 2020 in 'U.K.'

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