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Consumer Prices (Aug.)

Despite CPI inflation easing from 10.1% in July to 9.9% in August, inflation has not peaked yet. We think CPI inflation will rise to 11.0% later this year and that the tight labour market will keep underlying inflationary pressures strong until early next year. As a result, the Bank of England will have to continue turning the screws. 

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