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Surprising Stability: UK Inflation Remains Unchanged at 6.7% Despite Soaring Fuel Costs.

In an unexpected development, the UK's inflation rate for September held steady at 6.7%, despite the increasing financial strain on households due to soaring fuel prices.

According to the Office for National Statistics, the annual inflation rate, measured by the consumer prices index, remained unchanged from the previous month, disrupting the trend of gradual easing of financial pressures on households.

This has raised questions about the Bank of England's forthcoming decision on interest rates for November. It defied the predictions of financial experts in the City who anticipated a slight decline to 6.6%.

Even with this latest data, inflation still substantially exceeds the Bank's target of 2%.


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