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10th Mar 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

  • Households previously have reduced real expenditure on food and energy by 1% for every 5% rise in prices...
  • ...So year-over-year growth in the expenditure deflator will be materially lower than CPI inflation this year.
  • The RICS survey shows the housing market continued to fizz in February, but timelier data are sobering.

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