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THE squeeze on consumer spending continued to loosen its grip in June as inflation hit a 31-month low, figures today are expected to show.

The consumer price index measure of inflation is forecast to dip to 2.7 per cent in June from 2.8 per cent in May, as fuel and food prices continue to ease.

Lower petrol prices have contributed to the predicted fall in inflation.