From the price of a loaf of bread to the cost of a pint at the pub, from electricity bills to petrol prices, the retail prices index (RPI) is the primary measure of price inflation as it affects consumers in the UK. Monthly figures have been compiled on a similar basis since 1947 and an earlier series - the cost of living index - goes back as far as 1914. Besides the overall ("all items") index there are component indices covering particular goods and services. This volume contains the longest possible time series for each of the indices currently compiled, providing a comprehensive and fascinating series of information of use for both reference and analytical purposes.
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