Our round up of the key news in personal finance this week
Consumer inflation was 0 per cent on average in 2015, the lowest level since records began in 1950
Although this year’s Christmas dinner is cheaper compared to 2014, shoppers are still paying more compared to previous years
'With price pressures set to stay subdued, inflation is going nowhere'
The Consumer Price Index stood at 0.0% in August, down from 0.1% in July
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Inflation across the single currency bloc fell to 0.7% in January moving closer to deflationary territory
On a per capita basis, the nation has all the ingredients to be one of the world's most prosperous nations
New tenancies in England and Wales up 7.7 per cent
Istanbul aggressively increased its overnight lending rate to 12% from 7.75%
He can try to talk down sterling, but the Big Mac index, based on the cost of one of the world’s favourite fast food item, shows it’s just about right
Making them compulsory will be seen as yet another tax ... and beware the consequences
Authorities had been forced to dip into funds allocated to other services to cope with the surge in numbers of households appealing for help
Treasury ministers came under fire from economists today after they insisted that living standards were finally beginning to rise for the vast majority of workers.