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UK inflation remains at five-year high of 3% in October

Rising prices for food and package holidays hit consumers
FT.com

CPI inflation remains at 3%: which savings accounts can beat it?

UK inflation as measured by the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) remained flat at 3% in October, according to official figures. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) says the rising price...
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News video: UK inflation holds firm despite rising food prices

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UK inflation unexpectedly held steady last month. The annual rate was unchanged from September’s five-and-half year high of 3%, official data showed. Rising food prices were offset by lower fuel..
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News video: UK groceries up but inflation wrong-foots BoE

UK groceries up but inflation wrong-foots BoE 01:47

British inflation held at its highest level in five and half years in October, and wrong-footed expectations from the Bank of England and other economists that it would hit a new peak. But, as Sonia..
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News video: UK Inflation Is At 5-Year High

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Inflation remains at 3% in October, unchanged from September's reading. Figure had been expected to rise to 3.1% in the month, according to forecasters polled prior to the release. October's reading..
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News video: UK inflation highest since 2012

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British inflation rose to its highest level in more than five years for September, according to official data, adding to the likelihood that the Bank of England will raise interest rates next month...
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News video: UK inflation hits 3% - rate hike ahead?

UK inflation hits 3% - rate hike ahead? 01:42

British inflation rose to its highest level in more than five years in September, according to official data that could make the Bank of England more likely to raise interest rates next month. David..
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UK inflation holds steady at 3%

UK's key measure of inflation, the Consumer Prices Index, remained at a five-year high of 3% in October.
BBC News Also reported by •FT.com

UK inflation holds steady in October sending pound sterling down sharply

The Consumer Price Index rose 3 per cent in the year to October, equal to the rate of growth in September
Independent

Fast Europe Open: Germany flash GDP, UK inflation


FT.com

The BoE's top economist says inflation will stay above target for "years"

the boe's top economist says inflation will stay above target for "years"
UK inflation is likely to exceed the two per cent target for the next few years, the Bank of England's chief economist has said. Andy Haldane’s comments were published in a blog post released..
City A.M.

London living wage to break through £10 per hour for first time

london living wage to break through £10 per hour for first time
Thousands of Londoners will enjoy a pay rise today with the London living wage to rise above £10 per hour for the first time. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan will today announce the rise from £9.75 to..
City A.M.

UK investors expect returns of 8.7% over the next five years

uk investors expect returns of 8.7% over the next five years
UK Investors expect an average annual return of 8.7% on their investments over the next five years, according to a major study. The *Schroders Global Investor Study (GIS) 2017* found 58% of UK..
City A.M.

Think Locally, Invest Globally: Why Brexit Isn’t the Calamity Some Fear

think locally, invest globally: why brexit isn’t the calamity some fear
A year after the Brexit vote, the UK has managed to avoid a bear market and recession. Still, global diversification remains a key tool for investors. Fifteen months after Brits voted to leave the..
City A.M.

Consumer confidence edges back down as economic jitters continue

consumer confidence edges back down as economic jitters continue
UK consumer confidence slipped back down in October, as the state of the economy continues to give Britons the jitters. The long-running measure of consumer confidence fell back to a negative..
City A.M.

It’s time to question the macroeconomic orthodoxy on inflation

it’s time to question the macroeconomic orthodoxy on inflation
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, is getting his retaliation in early. Faced yet again with the Bank failing to deliver its designated target of a two per cent inflation rate, in a..
City A.M.

UK inflation rises, adding to pressure on rates

uk inflation rises, adding to pressure on rates
There are two key domestic issues this week for UK financial markets. One is the latest inflation news and the implications for interest rates. The second is the ongoing Brexit discussions and..
City A.M.

MARKETS LIVE: London shares shoot higher 

markets live: london shares shoot higher 
In focus today will be UK unemployment and earnings, the latter likely most important following yesterday’s UK inflation foray back above 3 per cent.
MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk

Feeling the pinch? Things are getting more expensive in the UK

UK inflation rate climbs to five year high in September 2017
Tamworth Herald

CPI inflation rockets to 3%, the highest since 2012

UK inflation has risen to a five-and-a-half year high of 3% – the highest level since April 2012. The figure, as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI), cannot be beaten...
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