Data Round-Up: Imports Inflation Moderated in June; C&I Lending Picks Up

posted by Michael Lewis on July 13, 2018

Found in US, categorized in International Trade and Investment

Tags: trade price bank lending money supply

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In any case, non-oil import inflation has moderated in recent months. Export price increases have eased from the highs posted in late 2017; they are now in the middle of their range of the past several years.


FMI’s review of June U.S. Dollar and Trade Prices and June Bank Lending & Money Supply results. 

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