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Inflation Report, May 2013

Projections | Fan chart data

Webcast of the main messages from the Inflation Report (YouTube)

Press Conference - 15 May 2013 

Read the Governor's Opening Remarks (61KB)
Read the Press Conference Transcript (143KB)
  Watch Webcast 
 Listen to Podcast

Inflation Report - May 2013
 

Animated fan charts

The Inflation Report can be viewed as a complete PDF file or in sections.  Click on the appropriate heading to access the file.  To view these documents you should use the latest Adobe Reader (available free from the Adobe website, see External Links).

Complete book (746KB) 

Foreword (35KB)
Contents (23KB)
Overview (66KB) 
Money and asset prices (226KB)
Demand (87KB)
Output and supply (72KB)
Costs and prices (134KB)
Prospects for inflation (174KB)
Index of charts and tables (29KB)
Press Notices (19KB)
Glossary and other information (28KB)

Inflation Report projections chartpack (154KB)

The charts and tables in this chartpack show the MPC’s projections for growth and inflation.  A subset of these charts are included in Section 5 each quarter.

Charts and tables in PowerPoint 

All charts and tables in the Inflation Report are available in PowerPoint.  Except where stated otherwise, all data are seasonally adjusted and the source of the data is the Bank of England or the Office for National Statistics. 

 
Data for charts in Excel 
 
Data for charts in 'Money and asset prices', 'Demand', 'Output and supply' and 'Costs and prices' are available in Excel.  Please note that some Inflation Report charts contain statistics that have been provided to the Bank of England by third parties.  The Bank of England has reproduced this third-party data only where it has been able to obtain permission to do so.
 
 
Conditioning path for market interest rates
 
The published projections are conditioned on a path for Bank Rate implied by market interest rates.  An explanation of how this conditioning path is estimated can be found here.