Shop price inflation fell to 1.4% in January from 1.7% in December, the lowest rate in nearly two years, according to the BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index. The fall in shop price inflation was driven primarily by non-food price growth which fell to zero from 0.3%, while food inflation fell to 3.7%
Shop price inflation fell to 1.7% in December from 2.0% in November, its lowest level in 16 months according to the BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index. The overall fall was driven by non-food inflation which fell to 0.3% while food inflation rose to 4.2% from 4.0% in the previous
Shop price inflation fell to a 12-month low of 2.0 per cent in November according to the latest data from Nielsen and the British Retail Consortium. The overall rate was driven lower by the second consecutive month of falling food inflation while non-food inflation
Retail inflation fell to 2.1% in October from 2.7% in September, the lowest since December 2010 according to the BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index. The fall was driven by a sharp decline in the rate of food inflation which fell to 4.2% from 5.0% as the impact of supermarket price wars take effect
Shop price inflation remained at 2.7% in September, unchanged from the previous month according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC). Food inflation remained at 5.0% while non-food inflation fell marginally to 1.3% from 1.4% in the previous month.
The Consumer Price Index rose to 4.5% August driven by rising utility bills compounding higher prices in clothing, footwear and furniture prices. The Bank of England expects inflation to rise further in the coming months as utility companies implement planned
Rising inflation continues to erode households’ disposable income and is putting further pressure on consumer spending. The latest data from BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index revealed a sharp rise shop prices in June. The overall index rose to 2.9%, the highest since August,