(ANSA) - MILAN, DECEMBER 14 - In November, inflation in Great Britain grew by 10.7% year on year, down on the 11.1% recorded in October, which represented the highest level reached in the last 41 years.
The figure is slightly better than economists were expecting, which predicted a slowdown to 10.9%.
Price growth compared to October was 0.4%, according to reports from the British Office for National Statistics.
Consumer prices in Spain grew by 6.8% year-on-year in November, confirming the preliminary data on Spanish inflation and in line with economists' estimates.
The data on harmonized inflation marks an increase of 6.7%, slightly higher than the 6.6% of the preliminary figure.
Thus, Spanish prices confirmed their slowdown compared to the 7.3% growth recorded in October and fell by 0.1% month on month.