What a falling inflation rate means for your finances

Perhaps the most significant essentials we have to buy are food and drink – which remain one of the biggest contributors to rising prices, going up 10% in the last year. In simple terms, if a bottle of milk costs £1.10 versus £1 a year earlier, then annual milk inflation is 10%. Compared with two years ago, food prices are up by 30%.


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