The UK is struggling with high inflation in particular. Consumer prices continue to rise, the highest level in 40 years.
- Prices in the UK continue to rise.
- In May, inflation hit a 40-year high of 9.1 percent.
This is the highest rate since records began in 1997. The ONS post-calculation concluded in 1982 that inflation was last high. Statisticians released similar reports earlier in the month. Than the rate of inflation Was 9 percent. The biggest contributor to inflation is rising commodity prices Food And non-alcoholic beverages.
On the other hand, as in the case of clothing and footwear, inflation in the leisure and leisure sector has weakened somewhat. Englishman Central Bank Has been fighting inflation by raising interest rates. It has raised its core interest rate several times since November to 1.25 percent.
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