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We have 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 targets is 2%, so these are a little bit higher. We were expecting them to be slightly lower than that. Many because there is a little bit down with pressure recently. Energy price has been cut, also the food prices * increasingly at a slower rate that we anticipated. But overseas there is a bit of output pressure too. And that’s clearly coming through these figures, because they are a little bit higher than we thought. And that’s mainly from energy, from patrol prices at the pump. Now when you see oil prices go up, that’s about 4 weeks alike before they hits the pumps. But that’s also affecting things. And also the cost is closing and food * is also a supporting factor that’s increasing this CPI statistics. Because CPI is government’s measure of inflation. There is of course IPI as well, that takes into account housing costs and also mortgage interests 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 the moment seems to be quite supported, hanging around the government’s targets, so they won’t have the right chance and let them know that kind of issue there so very much where we anticipated that would be.
We’ve got someCPI 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 alittle bit higher. We were expecting them to be slightlylower than that, mainly because there’s been a little bit of downward pressure recently. Energy prices havebeen cut, also the food prices are increasing at a slower rate than weanticipated. But obviously there is a little bit upward pressure, too, and that’sclearly coming through in these figures coz they are a little bit higher thanwe thought. And that’s mainly from energy, from petrol prices at the pump. Now often when you see oil prices go up, that’s about a six-week lagbefore it hits the pumps. But obviously that is affecting things. Andalso the cost of clothing and footwear are also a supporting factor that’s increasingthe CPI statistics. Now ofcourse the CPI is the government’s measure of inflation,there is of course RPI as well, and that takes into account housing costs and alsomortgage interest payments. And that rate, we understand, is 1.1%, that’s alittle higher than we anticipated, too. We are expecting that figure towardsthe end of the year to decrease so we get further deflation. But at the moment,it seems to be quite supported, hanging aroundthe government’s targets, so they won’t have to writeto the chancellor and let them know that there’sany kind of issue there, so very much where we anticipated that it would be.
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