Tuesday, Sep 17, 2013


Telegraph: Inflation pressure eases on households

Households have been promised a long-overdue improvement in living standards after inflation eased in August, taking some of the pressure off family finances.
The consumer prices index (CPI) dipped to 2.7pc, from 2.8pc in July, taking it below the Bank of England’s own forecasts and putting inflation on course to hit 2pc at the end of the year, economists said.

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1. mark wadsworth said...

Excellent, so the rate at which we are getting poorer is slowing!

Tuesday, September 17, 2013 05:06PM Report Comment

2. tiburonsmoke said...

If you believe the statistics the government puts out. I don't believe them for one minute.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013 05:13PM Report Comment

3. taffee said...

well houseprices were taken out of inflation figures around 2000 and bizzarely are in gdp figures

says it all

Wednesday, September 18, 2013 08:40AM Report Comment

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