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15th Jul 2022 15:55U.K., Daily Monitor, Weekly Monitor

We think that CPI inflation leapt to 9.4% in June, from 9.1% in May, exceeding the MPC’s 9.1% forecast. 

But the upside surprise will be due to a massive rise in motor fuel prices, and another increase in food inflation. 

Core inflation likely fell to 5.8%, from 5.9% in May; June 2021’s surge in goods prices likely wasn’t repeated. 

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