Consumer Price Index (CPI) in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2000 to 2016

United Kingdom (UK): Consumer Price Index (CPI) 2000-2016 This statistic shows the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2000 to 2016. Over this time period, the CPI has increased by 27.3 overall and each year consistently until 2014. The base index year was changed to 2015 from 2005, in 2016. CPI measures the rate of change to market basket price levels of consumer goods and services purchased by households. Further information relating to UK CPI is available, such as: CPI forecasts to 2018, comparative CPI inflation forecasts until 2021, monthly UK CPI inflation rates in 2017, annual UK CPI rates, annual CPI forecast, monthly UK CPI rates , monthly UK CPIH rates as well as annual UK CPIH rates.
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Index (2015=100)
200072.7
200173.6
200274.5
200375.5
200476.5
200578.1
200679.9
200781.8
200884.7
200986.6
201089.4
201193.4
201296.1
201398.5
2014100
2015100
2016100.7
Index (2015=100)
200072.7
200173.6
200274.5
200375.5
200476.5
200578.1
200679.9
200781.8
200884.7
200986.6
201089.4
201193.4
201296.1
201398.5
2014100
2015100
2016100.7
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This statistic shows the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2000 to 2016. Over this time period, the CPI has increased by 27.3 overall and each year consistently until 2014. The base index year was changed to 2015 from 2005, in 2016. CPI measures the rate of change to market basket price levels of consumer goods and services purchased by households. Further information relating to UK CPI is available, such as: CPI forecasts to 2018, comparative CPI inflation forecasts until 2021, monthly UK CPI inflation rates in 2017, annual UK CPI rates, annual CPI forecast, monthly UK CPI rates , monthly UK CPIH rates as well as annual UK CPIH rates.
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Release date
July 2017
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
2000 to 2016
Supplementary notes
CPI All Items Index: 2015=100

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