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U.K. | 17 October 2017 Markets' Expectations for RPI Inflation Still Look Too High
Swap rates imply that markets expect RPI inflation to settle within a 3.3% to 3.5% range over the next five years, once the boost from sterling's depreciation has faded.

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17 October 2017 Markets' Expectations for RPI Inflation Still Look Too High

By Samuel Tombs

Swap rates imply that markets expect RPI inflation to settle within a 3.3% to 3.5% range over the next five years, once the boost from sterling's depreciation has faded.

Posted: 16th Oct 2017 in 'U.K.'

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