Inflation in Britain fell to its lowest level in 14 months during January

Record annual inflation in consumer prices of British decline to its lowest level in fourmonths at least through January, to coincide with the faded effect of increasing the sales tax last year, in addition to weak demand. The National Bureau of Statistics said in a report issued today that consumer priceinflation fell to 3.6% in January compared with 4.2% in December, so to comply with most analysts’ expectations. This is expected … Continue reading