Bank of England Inflation Attitudes Survey, Sep 06

The Bank of England published its September 2006 Inflation Attitudes Survey on Monday 18 September. Britons' expectations of future inflation steadied in August, but were still way above the Bank of England's 2.0 percent inflation target.

The central bank's August inflation attitudes survey showed median expectations for the rate of inflation over the coming year were 2.5 percent, the same as in the May survey.

Asked to give the current rate of inflation, respondents cited a median 2.8 percent, up

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