Data Round-Up: Core CPI Still Trending Above +2%, Likely to Go Higher

posted by Michael Lewis on November 17, 2016

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Core CPI just missed the cutoff for a reported +0.2% increase in October; instead, it rounded down to +0.1%.


FMI’s analyses of today’s October CPI and Housing Starts reports, November Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Survey as well as the latest Weekly UI Claims and Rail Traffic results. 

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