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CPI yoy Expected 3.1% Actual 3.1% Previous 3.2%

Core CPI yoy Expected 3.0% Actual 2.6% Previous 3.1%

RPI yoy Expected 4.9% Actual 4.8% Previous 5.0%

Cue ranting about how the figures are rigged and we are hyperinflating to the moon etc etc etc etc

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These figures may be what analysts expected based on last months figures. However, they are totally adrift from what the BOE said they would be a few months ago, and these people are supposed to predict the figures and set interest rates accordingly.

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The British (Socialist) Broadcasting Corporation has "UK Inflation slows again in July", as if it were not more than 1% above target, hadn't been for months and wasn't expected to remain so for the next 12.

They really are worthless.

Edit: month

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The British (Socialist) Broadcasting Corporation has "UK Inflation slows again in July", as if it were not more than 1% above target, hadn't been for months and wasn't expected to remain so for the next 12.

They really are worthless.

Edit: month

Err, there was an election in June. So aren't they now the Tory BBC? If they were still really so Socialist, they'd be trumpeting the evil that inflation is under this lot. Wouldn't they?

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Err, there was an election in June. So aren't they now the Tory BBC? If they were still really so Socialist, they'd be trumpeting the evil that inflation is under this lot. Wouldn't they?

Taxpayer funded that er commieism.

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  • 149 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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