....Analysts are pointing to higher utility prices in July, following gas and electricity tariff hikes by EDF in late June, while food and furniture prices have risen steadily on the back of the fall in sterling. Philip Shaw, the chief economist at Investec, pointed to a further fall in petrol prices
and the abolition of mobile phone roaming charges across the EU in mid-June as keeping inflation in check. ...
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