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U.K. Documents | 26 April 2018 Higher Energy Prices won't Stop Inflation Falling Further this Year
The contribution of energy prices to CPI inflation is set to increase over the coming months, following the pick-up in Brent oil prices to $74 per barrel, from $65 at the beginning of March.

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26 April 2018 Higher Energy Prices won't Stop Inflation Falling Further this Year

By Samuel Tombs

The contribution of energy prices to CPI inflation is set to increase over the coming months, following the pick-up in Brent oil prices to $74 per barrel, from $65 at the beginning of March.

Posted: 25th Apr 2018 in 'U.K. Documents'

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