Inflation rise triggers Bank of England explanation
Inflation rises to 3.1%, the highest its been since March 2012
Inflation rises to highest level in five years
Inflation in the UK has hit its highest point since April 2012
Inflation climbs to 2.9% as Brexit squeezes
UK inflation has increased to its highest rate in four years as Brexit uncertainty and the weak pound hit home
UK inflation highest in four years
Rising rate of inflation and CPI expected to cause squeeze on pay, estimated to grow by only 1% over next 12 months
UK inflation falls to 1.5%
UK inflation retreated to 1.5% in August
The effect of rising inflation
Bank of Scotland's Adam Chester on the knock-on effect of higher inflation
Rethinking inflation targetting
Central banks should adopt a comprehensive, long-term monetary-policy approach
Nothing natural about the natural rate of unemployment
Why is unemployment so low in countries where inflation remains subdued?
Will the bank of England raise rates?
Hawkish rhetoric but dovish votes
The Fed vs price stability
The ongoing battle between the Federal Reserve and inflation
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