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U.K. | 2 Oct 2020 Why Haven't Core Consumer Goods Prices Fallen Yet?
Higher core goods inflation is one of the main reasons why the headline rate of CPI inflation has exceeded economists' forecasts over the last few months.

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2 Oct 2020 Why Haven't Core Consumer Goods Prices Fallen Yet?

By Samuel Tombs

Higher core goods inflation is one of the main reasons why the headline rate of CPI inflation has exceeded economists' forecasts over the last few months.

Posted: 1st Oct 2020 in 'U.K.'

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