By Charlotte Ryan  Sterling falls for first time in five days versus euro Carney scheduled to testify at Treasury committee hearing  The pound fell for a second day versus the dollar as a report showed U.K. inflation unexpectedly slowed in October. Sterling weakened against all of its 16 major peers. Annual consumer-price growth was 0.9 percent last month, compared with 1 percent in September, the Office for National Statistics said. The rate was forecast by economists in a Bloomberg survey to accelerate to 1.1 percent. The data came as Bank of England Governor Mark Carney prepared to testify to lawmakers about the outlook for inflation. Officials earlier this month dropped plans to cut interest rates again and shifted to a neutral policy stance instead, saying their tolerance for faster price gains is limited. Inflation was as low as 0.3 percent in May.