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Release: Consumer Price Inflation, November 2015

Released: 15 December 2015 (Latest) Next edition: 19 January 2016


Philip Gooding

Prices, ONS

Telephone: +44 (0) 1633 456900 Recorded Message: +44 (0) 800 0113703

Categories: Economy, Prices, Output and Productivity, Price Indices and Inflation, Consumer Price Indices, Consumer Prices Index, Retail Prices Index

Frequency of release: Monthly

Language: English

Geographical coverage: UK

Geographical breakdown: UK

  • The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) rose by 0.1% in the year to November 2015, compared with a 0.1% fall in the year to October 2015.

  • Movements in transport costs and alcohol and tobacco prices were the main contributors to the rise in the rate.

  • Falling clothing prices partially offset the rise.

  • CPIH (not a National Statistic) grew by 0.4% in the year to November 2015, up from 0.2% in October 2015.

The Retail Prices Index (not a National Statistic) grew by 1.1% in the year ending November 2015, up from from 0.7% in October 2015.

The Consumer Price indices datasets contains percentage changes and weights for the CPI, CPIH, RPI and RPIJ and the components that make up these indices.

Consumer Price Inflation reference tables, November 2015: Measures of inflation data including CPI, CPIH, RPI and RPIJ. These tables complement the Consumer Price Inflation time series data sets also available on our ONS website.

Personal Inflation Calculator (PIC): This interactive application allows you to enter your own spending patterns to generate a personal inflation figure. (Note - requires an SVG-enabled web browser, such as Firefox, Safari or Chrome). Further information on the PIC, including how the calculator works and how to calculate your personal inflation rate, can be found in the article ‘The Personal Inflation Calculator’ on the Labour and Market Review web page.

Further information on Consumer Price Inflation: A web page for consumer price inflation methodology was launched on 14 July 2014. The page brings together details of the methodology used to construct the indices, articles, videos and infographics on various aspects of the CPI, CPIH, RPI and RPIJ.

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