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Higher for (a bit) longer

20 April 2010 By Ian Campbell

High oil prices and a weak pound pushed the UK inflation rate up to 3.4 percent. Wages are not keeping up, so the nation is losing spending power. More direct hits from fiscal cuts are coming soon. But the Bank of England is probably right to expect inflation will come down.

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