Consumer prices in the UK rose in July by 0.6%. This is the highest increase since November 2014, in July, amid concerns that the country's decision to leave the EU could stoke inflation. In July, the consumer price dynamics fell by 0.1%, according to Business Insider, citing data from the National Statistical Service of the United Kingdom. Experts explain such a dynamics with growth of prices for fuel, alcoholic beverages and hotel rooms. At the same time British manufacturers are beginning to feel the impact of the "weak" pound on its own cycle of production and marketing.



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