The annual rate of CPI hit 0.6 per cent in July, up from 0.5 per cent in June - and analysts predict further increases due to post-referendum sterling fall
Experts think UK CPI inflation will hit 3% in 2017
'You have to settle for many compromises in India to take advantage of the cheap prices', a leading economist has said
Growth is down, share prices are lower, wages are flat, inflation is weak, productivity is falling and unemployment went up
Those who recall double-digit price rises and interest rates struggle to see the problems deflation can bring
Credit card firms continue to try to direct customers towards interest-free deals, meaning that some of the more versatile cards are often overlooked
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
In 2015, employees took home an average of £528 a week
Inflation has now hovered around zero for nine straight months as oil prices plunge and food prices fall
The Consumer Price Index stood at 0.0% in August, down from 0.1% in July
The Government’s claim that living standards are finally improving has been challenged by independent experts, who have warned that they will not recover strongly for another few years.
John Lewis has decided against closing its final salary pension scheme, leaving it as one of the only retailers in the country that still offers new staff the gold-plated retirement payouts more commonly associated with politicians and civil servants.
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