US – Sep Consumer Price Index
12/10/2018 09:03 am MYT
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The headline consumer price index (CPI) in Sep rose 0.1% from the previous month. Excluding the food and energy components, the core CPI also increased by 0.1% – see table 1. Year-on-year, the headline CPI rose by 2.3%. Meanwhile, the core CPI rose by 2.2% – see figure 1. Given the emergence of cost-push price pressures, the core CPI is expected to rise further.


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