UK inflation held steady at the strongest level in more than five years in October as higher cost of food was offset by cheaper motor fuel prices. Consumer prices climbed 3 percent year-on-year in October, the same pace as seen in September, the Office for National Statistics reported Tuesday. Inflation was expected to accelerate to 3.2 percent.
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