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Latest results from the Decision Maker Panel survey - 2024 Q2
Bank of England
2024.06.21
Annual own price inflation among firms in the DMP has continued to decline gradually since the start of the calendar year. In the three months to May, annual own price growth was 4.9%, down from 5.6% in the three months to January (Chart 1). This refers to prices charged by businesses across the whole economy, rather than just those selling directly to consumers. Looking to the year ahead, firms expect further declines in price inflation. In the three months to May, expected own price growth was 3.9%, suggesting a decline in price inflation of around 1.0 percentage point is expected over the next 12 months.
Realised and expected price growth have developed differently for goods and services providers. Services providers price inflation had a lower peak, but these firms have seen a slower decline in their own price inflation than firms in the goods sector. In data collected during the three months to May, own price growth for firms in the services sector was 5.4%, while firms in the goods sector saw an annual own price growth of 4.3%. Both sectors expect annual own price inflation to slow down by 1.0 percentage point over the next year. This implies that firms in the services sector expect their own price growth to decrease to 4.4% over the year ahead, and firms in the goods sector anticipate a decline to 3.3% over the year ahead.