Data Round-Up: PPI Higher; NFIB Gives Valentine to Trump

posted by Michael Lewis on February 14, 2017

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Today’s PPI beat consensus expections for both total and core. Energy and volatile trade prices were the main source of the overages. This was not definitive evidence for higher inflation, to be sure. But it does add to the story…


FMI’s analyses of this morning’s January PPI and Small Business Optimism Index. 

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