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Brexit linked weaker pound boosts UK inflation to 1.6%

Inflation in Britain rose strongly in December as the Brexit vote caused the pound to weaken pushing up the cost of imported raw materials.
euronews

ONS: UK inflation rose to 1.6% in December

ons: uk inflation rose to 1.6% in december
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measure of inflation rose from 1.2%in November to a two-and-a-half year high of 1.6% in December as the slump in the value of the pound filters through into pricing
Daily Record Also reported by •RTE.ie

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Inflation in Britain rose strongly in December – linked to the Brexit vote. The large fall in the value of the pound against other currencies since last June’s referendum has pushed up the cost of..
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News video: Brexit hit pushes up UK inflation

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British inflation rose more strongly than expected in December to hit its highest level since mid-2014, propelled by the Brexit-fuelled fall in the value of sterling which looks set to hit consumers'..
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News video: UK inflation higher than expected on weaker pound

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News video: Pound rises on hopes over May speech

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The FT's Michael Mackenzie has the latest from the markets on Tuesday
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News video: UK inflation hits two year high in November

UK inflation hits two year high in November 00:35

Inflation in Britain has risen again. In November consumer prices were 1.2 percent higher than November last year. That was the highest rate in more than two years and up from 0.9 percent in..
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Here is what you need to know. *US markets are set to open lower. *US markets are pointing lower as traders return to work following the holiday weekend. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is on track..
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Brexit hit pushes U.K. inflation to highest since mid-2014

Air fares, food prices behind rise; factory gate prices up by most since 2012
Globe and Mail Also reported by •Irish TimesFinanzNachrichten.de

UK inflation soars to its highest level in 2 years

LONDON (AP) " The rate of inflation in Britain has soared to its highest level in 2 years as the fall in the pound begins to hit consumers at the grocery store.The Office for National Statistics said..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle TimesMailOnlineNewsmax

Car insurance prices are about to rise in Cornwall - but how much...

car insurance prices are about to rise in cornwall - but how much...
Motorists in Cornwall are going to be hit hard this year as insurance prices look set to rise due to inflation. The cost of car insurance went up by 14% in 2016 in the South West, and experts are now..
The Cornishman Also reported by •Cornish GuardianWest Briton

UK inflation rises faster than expected in December

Rise of 1.6% is fastest since summer 2014, driven by fares, food and petrol
FT.com

U.K. inflation increases to 1.6% as air fares, food prices increase


MarketWatch

UK inflation rate jumps to 1.6%

The UK's inflation rate rose to 1.6% in December, up from 1.2% in November, official figures show.
BBC News


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