UK inflation fell to a three-year low in October as the cost of electricity, gas and other fuels were capped, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed.
UK CPI fell to 1.5% in October from 1.7% in September, below analysts' estimates of 1.6%, after the energy regulator Ofgem lowered its price caps last month, causing energy prices to slump. Gas and...
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