Gran Bretagna, inflazione sale a 0,3% a gennaio, massimo 12 mesi

martedì 16 febbraio 2016 10:37
 

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

                                     JAN       DEC   FORECAST
      CPI (HICP)
      Mth-on-mth (pct)              -0.8       0.1    -0.7
      Yr-on-yr                       0.3       0.2     0.3
Core CPI (ex- energy, food,
(alcohol and tobacco)

      Mth-on-mth (pct)              -1.0       0.3    -0.8
      Yr-on-yr                       1.2       1.4     1.3
CPIH (CPI plus owner occupier
housing costs)

      Mth-on-mth                    -0.6       0.1
      Yr-on-yr                       0.6       0.5
RPI

      Mth-on-mth (pct)              -0.7       0.3    -0.6
      Yr-on-yr                       1.3       1.2     1.4
RPIX (RPI ex-mortgages)

      Mth-on-mth                    -0.7       0.3
      Yr-on-yr                       1.4       1.3
COMPONENTS OF CPI (pct):

                                  JAN    YR/YR      DEC   YR/YR
   Food & non-alcoholic bevs     -0.4    -2.6      -0.2   -2.9
   Alcoholic bevs & tobacco       2.4     1.3      -1.3    0.3
   Clothing & footwear           -3.1     0.4      -1.3   -0.3
   Housing,water,elec,gas,fuels   0.0     0.4       0.0    0.3
   Furniture, hhold equip, main. -2.4    -0.1       1.1   -0.2
   Health                         1.3     2.1       0.0    1.5
   Transport                     -2.5    -0.7       1.8   -0.2
   Communication                 -0.5     2.2       0.4    2.7
   Recreation & culture          -0.7    -0.1      -0.3   -0.3
   Education                      0.0     4.8       0.0    4.8
   Restaurants & hotels          -0.2     1.6      -0.2    1.7
   Misc. goods & services         0.2     1.4      -0.2    1.1
   All goods                     -0.8    -1.5      -0.5   -2.1
   All services                  -0.8     2.3       0.7    2.9
   Fuels and lubricants          -2.6    -7.3      -2.8  -11.4
   CPIH owner-occupier costs      0.3     2.0       0.2    1.9
    
(Reporting by UK Economics Team in London)