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CPI forecast profiles under different UK/EU referendum scenarios 2016-2019

CPI forecast profiles under different UK referendum to stay or exit the EU from 2016 to 2019, by scenario

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 5, 2015
CPI forecast profiles under different UK/EU referendum scenarios 2016-2019 This graph shows a four year United Kingdom (UK) consumer price index (CPI) forecast under three different scenarios. In the eventuality that the UK remains in the European Union (EU) after the forthcoming referendum (2017) there will be an increase of 0.1% CPI by 2018, however, in the contrasting scenario whereby UK exits the EU, within the same year there is expected to be an initial increase of 0.4% CPI. It is expected that by 2019 the CPI levels from both scenarios will decrease by 0.3%.
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CPI forecast profiles under different UK referendum to stay or exit the EU from 2016 to 2019, by scenario

CPI (%YoY) – no referendum CPI – UK remains in EU CPI – UK leaves EU
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 5, 2015
This graph shows a four year United Kingdom (UK) consumer price index (CPI) forecast under three different scenarios. In the eventuality that the UK remains in the European Union (EU) after the forthcoming referendum (2017) there will be an increase of 0.1% CPI by 2018, however, in the contrasting scenario whereby UK exits the EU, within the same year there is expected to be an initial increase of 0.4% CPI. It is expected that by 2019 the CPI levels from both scenarios will decrease by 0.3%.
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