ONS Report Four-Year-Low For CPI Inflation Rate

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that in November the UK's inflation rate, as measured by the consumer prices index, has fallen to a four year low of 2.1%.

The fall, down from 2.2% in October, has been credited to slower increases in food and energy prices, the ONS has said.

The retail prices index (RPI) measured inflation, remains unchanged at 2.6%.


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