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[英伦广角] 【整理】2009-06-21 通货膨胀率降幅低于预期

本帖最后由 sainfoinwy 于 2009-6-28 10:45 编辑

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Rate Of Inflation Falls Less Than Expected


Easing pressure on food prices and lower energy bills have pushed inflation to its lowest level since January last year. The Consumer Prices Index edged lower to 2.2% in May from 2.3% in April. Experts had been expecting an even steeper fall.



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We’ve got some CPI figures for May. They are looking a little higher than we anticipated, actually at 2.2%. Now of course the government’s target is 2%. So these are a little bit higher. We were expecting them to be slightly lower than that mainly because there has been a little bit of downward pressure recently. Energy prices have been cut, er, also the food prices are increasing at a slower rate than we anticipated. But obviously there is a bit of upward pressure too, and that’s clearly coming through in these figures because they are a little bit higher than we thought. And that’s mainly from energy, from petrol prices at the pump. Now often when you see oil prices go up, there’s about a 6-week lag before it hits the pumps. But obviously that is affecting things. And also the cost of clothing and footwear is also a supporting factor that’s increasing this CPI statistics. Now of course the CPI is the government’s measure of inflation, there is of course RPI as well, and that takes into account housing costs and also mortgage interest payments. And that rate, we understand is 1.1%, that’s a little higher than we anticipated too. We are expecting that figure towards the end of the year to decrease so we get further deflation. But at the moment, it seems to be quite supported hanging around the government’s targets, so they won’t have to write to the chancellor and let them know that there is any kind of issue there, so very much where we anticipated that it would be.


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We’ve got some CIP figures for May, eh, they are looking a little higher than we anticipated actually at 2.2%. Now of course, the government’s target is 2%. So, these are a little bit higher. We were expecting them to be slightly lower than that, mainly because there’s been a little bit of downward pressure recently. Energy prices have been cut, eh, also the food prices are increasing at a slower rate than we anticipated. But obviously, there is a bit of upward pressure too, and that’s clearly coming through in these figures, cauz’ they are a little bit higher than we thought. And that’s mainly from energy, from petro prices at the pump. Now often when you see oil prices go up, there is about a six-week lag before it hits the pumps, but obviously that is affecting things, and also the cost of clothing and footwear is also a supporting factor. That’s increasing this CPI statistic. Now of course the CPI is the government’s measure of inflation, there is of course RPI as well, and that takes into account housing costs, and also mortgage interest payments, and that rate we understand is at 1.1%. That’s a little higher than we anticipated too. We are expecting that figure towards the end of the year to decrease, so we get further deflation, but at the moment, it seems to be quite supported, hanging around the government’s targets, so they won’t have to write to the Chancellor and let them know that there is any kind of issue there, so very much where we anticipated that it would be…
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HW:
We got some CPI figures for May.They are looking a little high than we anticipated ,actually at 2.2 percent ,now according to government target is 2 percent.so these are a little bit higher ,we were expecting a little bit slow in the map.Many because they are a little bit down with pressure recently.Energy prices have been cut also the food prices are increasing at a slower rate than we anticipated.But oversee there is a little bit XX pressure,too.That is clearly coming through in these figures,they are a little bit higher than we thought,that is mainly from energy from petro prices and XX.And if when you see oil prices go up,it is about 6 weeks lag before hit of the XX,but oversee that fact things,and also the cost is closing,and food vary is also supporting factor.that is increasing the CPI statistics.now accordint to CPI governments measure.On inflation,there is of course IPI as well,now taking the housing costs  and also the mortgage entrance payment,and that rate,we understand 1.1 percent that is a little higher than we anticipated too.we are all expecting the figures to the end of the year to decrease,so we get further the deflation.But the moment seems to be quite supported hanging around the government targets.So they went to have the chancellor and let them know any kind of issue that is very much on that we are anticipating it would be
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HW:
We’ve got some CPI figures for May. They’re looking a little higher than we anticipated. That’s actually 2.2%. Now accords to govermennt’s target, it’s 2%. So they’re a little bit higher. We were expecting them to be slightly lower than that, mainly because they were a little bit downward pressure recently. Energy prices have been cut. Also the food prices are increasing at a slower rate than we anticipated. But there are a little bit upward pressure too. And that’s clearly coming through at the figures are a little bit higher than we thought. And that’s mainly from energy, from petro prices at the pump. Now if when we’ll see oil prices go up about six--week lag before it hits the pumps. But also see that are affecting things. And also the cost of clothing and footwear is also a supporting factor. That’s increasing the CPI statistics. According to the CPI the government’s measures of inflation, that’s of course RPI as well. That takes into account housing costs., and also mortage interest payments. The rate, we understand, as 1.1%, that’s a little bit higher than we anticipated too. We’re expecting the figures towards at the end of this year to decrease, so we got the further deflation. The moment seems quite supported, hanging around the government’s target. So they won’t have to write the Chancellor and let them know that any kind of the issues that very much where we anticipate it would be
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We’ve got some CPI figures for May. They’re looking a little higher than we anticipated. That’s actually 2.2%. Now of course, to govermennt’s target, it’s 2%. So they’re a little bit higher. We were expecting them to be slightly lower than that, mainly because they were a little bit downward pressure recently.


Energy prices have been cut. Also the food prices are increasing at a slower rate than we anticipated. But obviously there are a little bit upward pressure too. And that’s clearly coming through in this figures, coz they're a little bit higher than we thought. And that’s mainly from energy, from petro prices at the pump. Now often when you see oil prices go up, there is about six-week lag before it hits the pumps. But also see that are affecting things. And also the cost of clothing and footwear is also a supporting factor. That’s increasing the CPI statistic.


Of course, CPI is the government’s measures of inflation, there is of course RPI as well. That takes into account housing costs, and also mortage interest payments. And that rate, we understand, as 1.1%, that’s a little higher than we anticipated too. We’re expecting the figures towards at the end of this year to decrease, so we got the further deflation. The moment seems quite supported, hanging around the government’s target. So they won’t have to write the Chancellor and let them know that any kind of the issues that very much where we anticipate it would be...
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We’ve got some CPI figures for May. They are looking a little higher than we actually actually at 2.2%. Now of course the government’s target is 2%. So these are a little bit higher. We were expecting them to be slightly lower than that mainly because there has been a little bit downward pressure recently. Energy prices have been cut and also the food prices are increasing at a slower rate than we anticipated. But obviously there is a bit of upward pressure too, and that’s clearly coming through in these figures because they are a little bit higher than we thought. And that’s mainly from energy, from petrol prices at the pump. Now often when you see oil prices go up, there’s about a 6-week lag before hits the pumps. But obviously that is affecting things. And also the cost of clothing and footwear is also a supporting factor that’s increasing this CPI statistics. Now of course CPI is the government’s measure of inflation, there is of course RPI as well, not takes into account housing costs and also mortgage interest payments. And that rate, we understand is 1.1%, that’s a little higher than we anticipated too. We are expecting that figure towards the end of the year to decrease so we get further deflation. But at the moment, it seems to be quite supported hanging around the government’s target so they won’t have to write to the chancellor and let them know there is any kind of issue there, so very much where we anticipated that would be.
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We're got some CPI figures for May.They're looking a little higher than we anticipated,actually 2.2%.Now cause the government's target is 2%. So these are a little bit higher.We were expecting them to be slightly slower than that mainly because there has been a little bit down with pressure recently. Energy prices have been cut also the food prices are increasing at a slow rate than we anticipated. But obviously there's a bit awkward pressure too. And that's clearly coming through in these figures.They'are all a little bit hard than we thought.That's mainly from energy from petrol prices and the pump.Now we also see the oil prices go up.There's about six-week lag before it hits the pumps.But obviously that's affecting things and also the cause of closing are //was also the supporting factor.That's increasing this CPI statistics // the CPI the government's measure of inflation.There's of course RPI as well not taking into account housing costs and also mortgage interest payments.And that rate we understand 1.1% And that's alittle higherthan we anticipated too.We're all expecting that figure towards the end of the year to decrease so we get further deflation but the moment seems to be quite supported,hanging around the government's target.So they won't have to write chanceller let them know that there's any kind of issue there so very much why we anticipated that would be ...
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We’ve got some CPI figures for May. They are looking a little higher than we anticipated, actually at 2.2%. Now of course the government’s target is 2%. So these are a little bit higher. We were expecting them to be slightly lower than that mainly because there has been a little bit downward pressure recently. Energy prices have been cut and also the food prices are increasing at a slower rate than we anticipated. But obviously there is a bit of upward pressure too, and that’s clearly coming through in these figures because they are a little bit higher than we thought. And that’s mainly from energy, from petrol prices at the pump. Now often when you see oil prices go up, there’s about a 6-week lag before hits the pumps. But obviously that is affecting things. And also the cost of clothing and footwear is also a supporting factor that’s increasing this CPI statistics. Now of course the CPI is the government’s measure of inflation, there is of course RPI as well, not takes into account housing costs and also mortgage interest payments. And that rate, we understand is 1.1%, that’s a little higher than we anticipated too. We are expecting that figure towards the end of the year to decrease so we get further deflation. But at the moment, it seems to be quite supported hanging around the government’s targets, so they won’t have to write to the chancellor and let them know that there is any kind of issue there, so very much where we anticipated that it would be.
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We’ve got some CPI figures for May. They are looking a little higher than we anticipated, actually at 2.2%. Now of course the government’s target is 2%. So these are a little bit higher. We were expecting them to be slightly lower than that mainly because there has been a little bit of downward pressure recently. Energy prices have been cut, er, also the food prices are increasing at a slower rate than we anticipated. But obviously there is a bit of upward pressure too, and that’s clearly coming through in these figures because they are a little bit higher than we thought. And that’s mainly from energy, from petrol prices at the pump. Now often when you see oil prices go up, there’s about a 6-week lag before it hits the pumps. But obviously that is affecting things. And also the cost of clothing and footwear is also a supporting factor that’s increasing this CPI statistics. Now of course the CPI is the government’s measure of inflation, there is of course RPI as well, and that takes into account housing costs and also mortgage interest payments. And that rate, we understand is 1.1%, that’s a little higher than we anticipated too. We are expecting that figure towards the end of the year to decrease so we get further deflation. But at the moment, it seems to be quite supported hanging around the government’s targets, so they won’t have to write to the chancellor and let them know that there is any kind of issue there, so very much where we anticipated that it would be.




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We've got CPI figures for May. Eh, they're looking a little higher than we anticipated, actually at 2.2%, coz the government targets is 2%.  So they're little bits higher. We were expecting them to slightly lower than that , because there has been a little bits  downward pressure recently.

Energy price has been cut, also the food price are increasingly  at a slower rate than we antipicated. But obviously  there's a bit of upward pressure too. And that's clearly coming though  in these figures because they 're a little bits higher than we though. and that's mainly from energy , from petrol price at the pump, now, often when you see  the oil price go up,  it is about six-weeks lag before hits the pump. but obviously that's affected things.

And also the cost of clothing and footwear is also the supporting factor that's increasing this CPI statistic . Now of course the CPI is the governments' measure of inflation . there's of course RPI as well,  and that take into account the housing cost and also house mortage interest payments.

And that rate we understand is 1.1%, that's a little higher than we anticipated too, We're expecting the figures towards the end of this year to decrease, so we got deflation, but at the moment it seems to be quite supported hanging around  government targets, so they won't have to write to the chancellor and let them know that there's kinds of issue that,so very much where we're anticipated that it would be.
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We’ve got some CIP figures for May, they are looking a little higher than we anticipated actually at 2.2%. Now of course, the government’s target is 2%. So, these are a little bit higher. We were expecting them to be slightly lower than that, mainly because there’s been a little bit of downward pressure recently. Energy prices have been cut, also the food prices are increasing at a slower rate than we anticipated. But obviously, there is a bit of upward pressure too, and that’s clearly coming through in these figures, because they are a little bit higher than we thought. And that’s mainly from energy, from petro prices at the pump. Now often when you see oil prices go up, there is about a six-week lag before it hits the pumps, but obviously that is affecting things, and also the cost of clothing and footwear is also a supporting factor. That’s increasing this CPI statistic. Now of course the CPI is the government’s measure of inflation, there is of course RPI as well, and that takes into account housing costs, and also mortgage interest payments, and that rate we understand is at 1.1%. That’s a little higher than we anticipated too. We are expecting that figure towards the end of the year to decrease, so we get further deflation, but at the moment, it seems to be quite supported, hanging around the government’s targets, so they won’t have to write to the Chancellor and let them know that there is any kind of issue there, so very much where we anticipated that it would be
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We have got some CPI figures  for May . They are looking  a little higher than we anticipted that actually is 2.2%. Now of course the government  target is 2% . so these are little bit higher. We were expecting they were a little bit  lower then towards the end of the year mainly beacuse there would be downward  pressure  recently . Energy prices have been cut  also  the food prices are increasing  than the salary that were  anticipated   But oversee there is awkward  pressure too . And that is clearly coming through
the figures they are a little bit  higher than we thougt and that is mainly  from energy , from  petro pprices of the  pump  than we see oil prices go up that is about  6 lag before hit the pumps  BUT oversee there is  an affecting fact  food is also an supporting of  facts  CPI government inflation as well not taking into account  transport payment that is  also
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