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Title: Consumer Price Inflation - New Inflation Target - Full Text

Release date: 10 December 2003 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: An analysis of trends in inflation since 1947 as measured by the Retail Prices Index (RPI).

Title: Consumer Price Inflation - Price Indicators used 1947-2004

Release date: 09 November 2005 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: An analysis of trends in inflation since 1947 as measured by the Retail Prices Index (RPI).

Title: Consumer Price Inflation - Group Indices

Release date: 30 November 2005 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: An analysis of trends in inflation since 1947 as measured by the Retail Prices Index (RPI).

Title: Consumer Price Inflation - Average price of selected food items

Release date: 01 December 2005 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: An analysis of trends in inflation since 1947 as measured by the Retail Prices Index (RPI).

Title: Consumer Price Inflation - Weights by group

Release date: 01 December 2005 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: An analysis of trends in inflation since 1947 as measured by the Retail Prices Index (RPI).

Title: Introducing the new CPIH measure of Consumer Price Inflation - 2005 to 2012

Release date: 12 March 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This article describes CPIH - the new, additional measure of Consumer Price Inflation including owner occupiers' housing costs (OOH). The rental equivalence approach is used to measure OOH. The accompanying Excel file includes a back series for CPIH from 2005 to 2012.

Title: Introducing the new RPIJ measure of Consumer Price Inflation - 1997 to 2012

Release date: 12 March 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This article describes the new RPIJ measure of Consumer Price Inflation. RPIJ is a Retail Prices Index (RPI) based measure that will use a geometric (Jevons) formula in place of one type of arithmetic formula (Carli). It is being launched in response to the National Statistician's conclusion that the RPI does not meet international standards due to the use of the Carli formula in its calculation. The accompanying Excel file includes a back series for RPIJ from 1997 to 2012.

Title: Users and uses of consumer price inflation statistics - 2013

Release date: 15 October 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Consumer price inflation statistics are important indicators of how the UK economy is performing. They are used in many ways by individuals, government, businesses and academics. Inflation statistics impact on everyone in some way as they affect interest rates, tax allowances, benefits, pensions, savings rates, maintenance contracts and many other payments. This article provides information about the users and uses of consumer price inflation statistics, and user experiences of these statistics, including the new CPIH and RPIJ measures. In addition, it also provides information on the characteristics of the different measures of consumer price inflation in relation to their potential use.