Article preview: The cost of buying goods and services still rose in the year to March, but at a slower pace than the month before. According to the latest official figures, average price inflation was 1.5% in the twelve months to March 2020. Measured by the Consumer Prices Index (CPI), using a notional basket of goods and services to measure price changes, rising inflation slowed from 1.7% a month earlier.
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This 484-word blog post reports on the latest official price inflation figures, speculating on what future price inflation could bring following the coronavirus crisis. Written on 22nd April 2020.
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