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26th Jan 2023 16:38U.K., Daily Monitor

  • Core producer output prices rose by just 0.1% in December; expect similarly small rises in 2023.
  • Shipping costs will swing dramatically from boosting to depressing CPI inflation over the next year.
  • Retailers have too much stock and likely will freeze prices in an attempt to offload it.

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