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29th Jun 2022 15:01U.K., Daily Monitor

Rising energy prices likely accounted for 1.6 percentage points of May's 4.9% rate of services CPI inflation.

While the jump in the VAT rate for the hospitality and recreation sector likely has lifted it by a further 0.6pp.

Underlying services inflation, therefore, only just exceeds its 2.5% average rate in the second half of the 2010s.

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