UK inflation remained stable at its highest level in more than a year in May on fuel prices, data from the Office for National Statistics revealed Wednesday. Consumer price inflation held steady at 2.4 percent, the lowest since March 2017, and in line with expectations. Month-on-month, consumer prices gained 0.4 percent in May, matching economists’ expectations.
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