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RPI

Abbreviation for reticulocyte production index.
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Paul Bates, spokesman for Help the Aged, said: "The rate of Retail Price Index does not reflect the real rate of inflation for pensioners.
HSBC economist Mr Jonathan Loynes said the news should put a February rate cut by the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee back on track "if only because it bodes well for an immediate reversal of the increase in the retail price index we saw in D ecember".
Now that the Chancellor has stated, in his budget speech in Parliament on April 22, that he expects the retail price index to be negative 3% by September 2009, perhaps it is time for Newcastle City Council leader John Shipley to reiterate his pledge, made in The Journal in January of this year, that "we believe that we have a responsibility .
7 per cent year-on-year rise in March and lower than the Retail Price Index (RPI) measure of inflation.
The Retail Price Index, which includes retail price inflation and some housing costs, also fell from 2.
The headline rate of Retail Price Index (RPI) inflation, which includes mortgage interest payments, was unchanged at 2.
Although fares on some routes can go up by the retail price index plus 2%, the overall effect has to be neutral.
Ms Pam Webber, economist at the BRC, said the survey gave a more accurate picture of inflation as seen by ordinary shoppers than the official retail price index released by the Office for National Statistics.
It is also worth noting that the Retail Price Index does not fairly reflect the position for certain sectors of the community.
The headline rate of Retail Price Index inflation, which includes mortgage interest payments, was unchanged at 2.
The cost of services provided by tradesmen has risen by 204% since 1984, almost double the rise in the retail price index (109
But British Retail Consortium director general Bill Moyes said: ``Even with the rise in the shop price index the figures show that strong sales growth is not creating worrying inflationary spikes in the retail price index.

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