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1st Dec 2022 15:37U.K., Daily Monitor

The slowdown in the pace of core price rises in the Eurozone in November is a good omen for the U.K.

Inflation expectations among households and businesses are falling, now that a recession is taking hold.

Manufacturers’ and retailers’ excess inventory reinforces the case for expecting goods inflation to drop.

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