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U.S. | 10 August 2018 Near-Term Core Inflation Risk is Modest the Fed Fears the Future
The continued modest rate of increase in unit labor costs makes it hard to worry much about the near-term outlook for core inflation.

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10 August 2018 Near-Term Core Inflation Risk is Modest the Fed Fears the Future

By Ian Shepherdson

The continued modest rate of increase in unit labor costs makes it hard to worry much about the near-term outlook for core inflation.

Posted: 10th Aug 2018 in 'U.S.'

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