FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - Inflation at consumer level seems to have moderated in the United Kingdom in recent months, according to data by National Statistics, as prices increased less than expected in September, posting the lowest year on year increase of the last two years.

Consumer prices edged up 0.1% on the month, while they remained at 1.8% yearly increase, figures lower than the 0.2% monthly rise, and the 1.9% yearly increase advanced by the experts.

Core inflation, which erases the influence of alcohol, cigarettes, food and petroleum, remained unchanged on the month, while it went 1.5% up on the year.