UK inflation slowed faster than expected to 10.1% in January

15th February 2023
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Newsflash: UK inflation slowed to an annual rate of 10.1% in January, according to the Office for National Statistics’ consumer prices index.

That indicates prices across the economy did not rise as quickly as expected in January after a 10.5% reading in December. Economists had predicted a rate of 10.3%.

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