Consumer Price Index (CPIH) in the United Kingdom (UK) from December 2015 to December 2017*

United Kingdom (UK): Monthly Consumer Price Index (CPIH) 2015-2017 This statistic shows the Consumer Price Index (CPIH) in the United Kingdom (UK) from December 2015 to December 2017. Over the time period, the CPIH has been steadily increasing with the peak being in the most recent month of December 2017, at 105 points.
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CPIH Index (2015=100)
Dec '15 100.4
Jan '16 99.9
Feb '16 100.1
Mar '16 100.4
Apr '16 100.6
May '16 100.8
Jun '16 101
Jul '16 100.9
Aug '16 101.2
Sep '16 101.5
Oct '16 101.6
Nov '16 101.8
Dec '16 102.2
Jan '17 101.8
Feb '17 102.4
Mar '17 102.7
Apr '17 103.2
May '17 103.5
Jun '17 103.5
Jul '17 103.5
Aug '17 104
Sep '17 104.3
Oct '17 104.4
Nov '17 104.7
Dec '17 105
CPIH Index (2015=100)
Dec '15 100.4
Jan '16 99.9
Feb '16 100.1
Mar '16 100.4
Apr '16 100.6
May '16 100.8
Jun '16 101
Jul '16 100.9
Aug '16 101.2
Sep '16 101.5
Oct '16 101.6
Nov '16 101.8
Dec '16 102.2
Jan '17 101.8
Feb '17 102.4
Mar '17 102.7
Apr '17 103.2
May '17 103.5
Jun '17 103.5
Jul '17 103.5
Aug '17 104
Sep '17 104.3
Oct '17 104.4
Nov '17 104.7
Dec '17 105
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This statistic shows the Consumer Price Index (CPIH) in the United Kingdom (UK) from December 2015 to December 2017. Over the time period, the CPIH has been steadily increasing with the peak being in the most recent month of December 2017, at 105 points.
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Release date
January 2018
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
December 2015 to December 2017
Supplementary notes
* CPIH All Items Index: 2015=100. CPIH is an additional measure of the Consumer Price index which includes owner occupiers' housing costs (OOH).
On 21 November 2013, the UK Statistics Authority confirmed the designation of CPIH and RPIJ as National Statistics. This follows ONS implementing a number of enhancements in relation to these statistics. ONS has removed the experimental statistics classification from CPIH and RPIJ.

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