martes, 14 de julio de 2009

La inflación en el Reino Unido cayo, pero los precios sube más de lo esperado en una recesión

UK inflation drops below target rate
Inflation fell below the Bank of England’s target rate for the first time in almost two years in June, although prices have generally been rising faster than expected over the course of the recession. The consumer price index rose by 1.8 per cent last month after a 2.2 per cent rise in May, lower than the 2 per cent rate that the Bank aims for, but much in line with economists’ forecasts. The last time inflation was so low was September 2007.

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