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Inflation expectations – what to watch

The inflation expectations of households, businesses and the financial markets will probably rise in the coming months as actual CPI inflation jumps to over 4.0% later this year. But as the rises are most likely to be confined to measures that capture expectations over the next 12 months rather than over the next 5-10 years, we doubt the Bank of England will respond by raising interest rates this year or next.

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