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U.K. | 18 December 2018 CPI Inflation Likely Surprised to the Downside in November, Again
CPI inflation has undershot the consensus forecast six times this year, but surprised to the upside only twice.

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18 December 2018 CPI Inflation Likely Surprised to the Downside in November, Again

By Samuel Tombs

CPI inflation has undershot the consensus forecast six times this year, but surprised to the upside only twice.

Posted: 17th Dec 2018 in 'U.K.'

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