UK consumer price inflation rose by 1.9% in the year to June, up from 1.5% in May, a larger increase than economists had expected.
The rise was fuelled by higher clothing, food & drink and air transport costs, according to the Office for National Statistics. Clothing and footwear costs contributed almost half of the monthly increase....
Echoes of sci-fi thriller 'Minority Report'
Heading for biggest annual nominal losses since 2008
‘To drive future inflows and AUA growth’
‘To support growth strategy’