Shop prices fall again in November
UK shop prices fell for a sixth consecutive month in November.
According to figures from the British Retail Consortium and Nielsen in their monthly shop price index, prices edged down 0.5% overall as non-food prices dropped by 1.6%
BRC chief executive Helen Dickinson said: “The economic and political uncertainty has weakened demand for non-essential items. As a result, retailers have pushed for even deeper price cuts to encourage consumers to open their wallets.”
Meanwhile, food inflation eased to 1.4% from 1.6% in October.
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