The level of annual inflation in Britain fell in September to 1.1%

Annual consumer price index in Britain dropped in September to 1,1%, reports the National Statistics Office. Note that in August the annual inflation index up 1.6% in September predicted decrease to 1,3%.
In monthly terms, consumer prices remained unchanged in September after rising by 0.4% in the previous month. Analysts speculated that the index will grow by 0,3% during the reporting period. At the same time, the annual consumer price index, not taking into account the price of food, energy, alcohol and tobacco products (main index) decreased in September to 1,7% in the previous value of 1.8% and 1.8% forecast.