The UK inflation charge remained regular at 2.4% in October, confounding analyst expectations of an increase to 2.5%.
The Client Costs Index (CPI) determine included falls in meals and clothes prices, however rising utility payments and petrol costs, mentioned the ONS.
The inflation determine comes a day after knowledge confirmed that wages had been rising by 3.2% – the quickest tempo in almost a decade.
Core inflation additionally held regular at 1.9% in October.
That determine strips out the out the consequences of vitality, meals, alcohol and tobacco costs.
Has inflation peaked?
Inflation hit a five-year excessive of three.1% in November 2017, because the inflationary impact of sterling’s decline after the June 2016 Brexit vote hit its peak.
Trying on the newest date, for producers, the price of uncooked supplies was 10% greater than in October 2017.
And producers elevated the costs they charged by 3.3% year-on-year in contrast with 3.1% the earlier month.
The ONS mentioned home costs in September rose by an annual 3.5% towards 3.1% in August.