Pantheon Macroeconomics - For the past six years, the PCE measure of core inflation has undershot the CPI version. The average spread between the two year-over-year rates since January 2011 has been 0.3 percentage points, and as far as we can tell most observers expect it to be little changed for the foreseeable future.

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12 June 2017 Can Core PCE Inflation Overtake Core CPI Inflation?

By Ian Shepherdson

For the past six years, the PCE measure of core inflation has undershot the CPI version. The average spread between the two year-over-year rates since January 2011 has been 0.3 percentage points, and as far as we can tell most observers expect it to be little changed for the foreseeable future.

Posted: 9th Jun 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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