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Another sort of surge

15 December 2009 By Neil Collins

UK inflation has come in above estimates again. Despite the deepest recession in half a century, consumer prices have barely fallen. The Bank of England may be pleased to have avoided deflation. But its persistent inflationary bias, evident for five years, is storing up trouble.

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