The data this week provided further signs that goods pipeline pressures are easing. More importantly, we’re starting to see the first concrete signs of an easing in services pipeline pressures. But while this may allow the Bank of England to conclude in a month or two that services inflation has turned and to signal that rates are close to a peak, we’re not there yet.
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