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martedì 16 giugno 2015 11:02
 

LONDRA, 16 giugno (Reuters) - The Office for National
Statistics released the following consumer price indices on
Tuesday:

                                     MAY      APRIL   FORECAST
      CPI (HICP)
      Mth-on-mth (pct)               0.2       0.2     0.2
      Yr-on-yr                       0.1      -0.1     0.1

Core CPI (ex- energy, food, 
(alcohol and tobacco)
      Mth-on-mth (pct)               0.1       0.3
      Yr-on-yr                       0.9       0.8

CPIH (CPI plus owner occupier 
housing costs)
      Mth-on-mth                     0.2       0.3
      Yr-on-yr                       0.4       0.2


RPI
      Mth-on-mth (pct)               0.2       0.4      0.3
      Yr-on-yr                       1.0       0.9      1.1

RPIX (RPI ex-mortgages)
      Mth-on-mth                     0.2       0.4      0.3
      Yr-on-yr                       1.1       0.9      1.1

COMPONENTS OF CPI (pct):
                                  MAY    YR/YR     APRIL YR/YR
   Food & non-alcoholic bevs     -0.1    -1.8      -0.4   -2.8
   Alcoholic bevs & tobacco       0.7     2.2       0.5    3.0
   Clothing & footwear            0.5     0.2       0.7   -0.4
   Housing,water,elec,gas,fuels   0.0     0.4       0.4    0.5
   Furniture, hhold equip, main.  0.6    -0.5      -1.2   -0.5
   Health                         0.3     2.2       0.7    2.0
   Transport                      0.6    -1.5       1.1   -2.8
   Communication                 -0.2     1.2       0.0    1.0
   Recreation & culture          -0.1    -1.0       0.2   -0.4
   Education                      0.0    10.0       0.0   10.0
   Restaurants & hotels           0.2     1.9       0.3    2.0
   Misc. goods & services        -0.2    -0.1       0.0   -0.1
   All goods                      0.2    -1.8      -0.1   -2.0
   All services                   0.2     2.3       0.6    2.0
   Fuels and lubricants           1.9   -11.0       1.6  -12.3
   CPIH owner-occupier costs      0.2     1.8       0.2    1.9

(Reporting by UK Economics Team in London)