Data Round-Up: Total & Core CPI Pick Up in October

posted by Michael Lewis on November 14, 2018

Found in US, categorized in Growth Outlook and Business Cycle

Tags: CPI

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As the consensus expected, both total and core CPI picked up in October. The core PCE deflator is also likely to pick up in October, putting the Fed’s favored measure on track to return to its +2% target.


FMI’s analysis of this morning’s October CPI report.

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