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What is Retail Prices Index - RPI - RPIX

The RPI is an index of the retail prices of goods and services, expressed in percentage terms relative to a base year. RPIX is calculated as the RPI excluding mortgage interest payments. The annual increase in the RPI is a measure of the rate of inflation.

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