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* Croda up on multiple price target hikes

* UK grocery inflation eases to 11%

* FTSE 100 up 1.4%, FTSE 250 adds 1.6%

Oct 10 (Reuters) - The UK's benchmark FTSE 100 jumped to a one-week high on Tuesday as dovish comments from Federal Reserve officials helped Treasury yields ease and raised hopes that the Bank of England would not raise interest rates further.

The internationally focused FTSE 100 was up 1.4%, while the more domestically focused FTSE 250 index gained 1.6%. Both indexes were set to mark their best one-day jump in nearly four weeks.

Top Fed officials indicated on Monday that rising yields on long-term U.S. bonds could steer the Fed from further increases in its short-term policy rate. That weighed on the dollar and Treasury yields.

Precious metal miners added 2.6% as traders considered gold a safe store of value amid political and economic uncertainty.

"The events in the Middle East have provided a catalyst for gold to rebound from oversold conditions," said Kyle Rodda, financial market analyst at Capital.com.

Automobiles and parts stocks were the top gainer, climbing 2.7%.

Data showed British grocery inflation eased to its lowest rate for 15 months heading into October, providing more relief for shoppers hurt by high prices.

Meanwhile, another set of data showed consumers in Britain held off on much of their non-essential spending last month as rising prices for motor fuel compounded the broader hit from the high cost of living.

An International Monetary Fund report showed Britain is poised to be the slowest-growing economy among the Group of Seven nations next year.

Among individual stocks, YouGov jumped 14.8% after the polling company met earnings expectations with a 63% surge in adjusted pretax full-year profit.

Electricals retailer Currys added 3.3% on receiving several non-binding offers from potential buyers for its under-review Greek business Kotsovolos.

The broader retailers index was up 1.2%.

Croda International was up 3.4% as multiple brokerages raised their price target on the life sciences company. (Reporting by Khushi Singh in Bengaluru;Editing by Dhanya Ann Thoppil and Savio D'Souza)