UK inflation remained unchanged in May at 4.5 percent with fuel and food prices continuing to account for much of the increase. This is well above the 3 percent target rate and continues to pressure the Bank of England to consider raising interest rates.
For its part, the Bank has argued against an interest rate hike saying that forces pushing prices higher are temporary.
Source: BBC News
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