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Monthly Decision Maker Panel data - September 2023
Bank of England
2023.10.06
The September DMP survey was conducted between 8 and 22 September and received 2,234 responses.

Firms reported that their output prices rose by an average annual rate of 7.4% in the three months to September; the rate was unchanged for third consecutive month. The single month data for September fell to 6.9%, 0.6 percentage points lower than in August. Note that the DMP covers own prices from firms across the whole economy, not just consumer-facing firms.

Looking ahead, businesses expect their output price inflation to decline over the next year. Year-ahead own-price inflation was expected to be 4.8% in the three months to September, down from 5.0% in the three months to August. Expected output price inflation has been gradually falling over the year.

One-year ahead CPI inflation expectations increased slightly to 4.9% in September, up from 4.8% in August. However, the three-month moving average fell by 0.3 percentage points to 5% in the three months to September. Three-year ahead CPI inflation expectations remained flat at 3.2% in September, the same value as the August figure. Current perceived CPI inflation was 7.1% in September (down from 7.8% in August). The latest ONS release on 20 September (towards the end of the DMP survey window) showed that annual CPI inflation fell from 6.8% to 6.7%.