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U.K. Inflation Rate Holds at Five-Year High

  • Wed, 15 Nov 2017 14:34
The U.K.’s inflation rate remained unchanged at a five-year high in October but growth in raw-material prices slowed sharply, signaling that the impact of the pound’s steep depreciation last year may be starting to wane. What's News Europe


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