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Relief likely to be temporary as energy and food prices rise
MPs are told inflation will rise and small businesses will bear brunt of worker shortages and price increases
Damn, or be damned.
Andrew Bailey makes no attempt in speech to central bankers to quell expectations of rate rise this year
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Bank of England policymakers indicate tough stance on inflation
Labour shortages have seen steep pay rises for some but not yet translated into higher productivity
Global economy is still growing but supply chain disruption is a cause for concern
Dissecting what the leader of the opposition had to say when he delivered his first speech to the Labour party conference this past week
Rising natural gas prices have helped push eurozone inflation to 13-year high
Governments must come up with intelligent policies to soften the costs from climate change reforms
Economists have played down comparisons with the 1970s oil shock
Investors focus on prospect of US and UK interest rate rises as inflation worries grow
Fears of poor growth and higher inflation as currency falls while bond yields rise
Sunak under pressure over higher food prices, sharp increases in energy bills and inflation heading for 4%
Policymakers’ rising inflation concerns lift sterling and pressure UK bonds
Interest rate held at 0.1% as Monetary Policy Committee expects price rises to moderate next year
Economists say flash purchasing managers’ index gives Bank of England grounds to delay interest rates increase
Overall borrowing is slightly down but higher than economists’ forecast
Survey by UK central bank shows households losing faith in its ability to control prices
Ending quantitative easing would show that it is serious about inflation risks
UK CPI rises to 3.2 per cent — its highest level since 2012
Pace of price increases likely to remain higher for longer than the Monetary Policy Committee previously thought
Increase is fastest since Bank of England gained independence to set interest rates
July’s decline is likely to be a pause as the BoE has forecast faster price growth in the autumn