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CPI inflation likely jumped to 9.9% in July, from 9.4% in June, led by rises in motor fuel and food CPI inflation.
Eurozone data and the BRC's figures both point to a renewed rise in core goods CPI inflation in July.
Surveys show services prices have continued to rise at an above-average rate, albeit less quickly than in Q2.
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