OREANDA-NEWS Analysts polled by Reuters expected the indicator to remain on a monthly basis at the May level of 0.3%. 

In addition, the CPIH index, which takes into account the cost of homeowners in the maintenance of housing, for the reporting month in annual terms also remained at the level of the previous month at 1.9%. In monthly terms, the indicator became zero. 

The British economy recovered in May, with the help of the resumption of automotive plants. GDP grew by 0.3% compared to April, when a decrease of 0.4% was recorded. In March-May, GDP increased by 0.3% - stronger than expected. In February-April, the growth was 0.4%. 

In annual terms, economic growth in May amounted to 1.5%.