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Inflation in the UK slipped back from a 40-year high to 9.9%, coming in slightly lower than expectations as petrol prices declined. Nina Skero, CEO at Center for Economic & Business Research examines the data and what it means for the Bank of England on "Bloomberg Markets Europe."