- The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) grew by 2.9% in the year to June 2013, up from 2.7% in May
- The CPI fell by 0.2% between May and June 2013, compared with a fall of 0.4% between the same two months in 2012. The 1-month movement was therefore 0.2 percentage points higher this year and this led to the CPI 12-month rate rising from 2.7% in May to 2.9% in June
- The inflation rate is slightly above the figures seen over the previous 12 months but below the levels reached between the start of 2010 and spring 2012.
- CPIH, the new measure of consumer price inflation including owner occupiers’ housing costs, grew by 2.7% in the year to June 2013, up from 2.5% in May.