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Inflation back at 2.0%, at least by one measure

Headline inflation fell to 2.8% in June and, excluding mortgage interest costs, was in line with the 2.0% target. While the Bank’s preferred core measures are still higher, the weakness of retail sales in May and June suggests demand is easing and is reason to think that core inflation will decline over the rest of 2023.

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