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20th Jun 2022 00:00U.K., Daily Monitor, Weekly Monitor

We think the headline rate of CPI inflation was stable at 9.0% in May, despite rising food and fuel inflation. 

Core CPI inflation likely fell; data suggest the rise in goods prices didn’t match the big jump a year ago. 

Retailers are starting to accept a squeeze on the margins, while used car prices are continuing to fall. 

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