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U.S. | 12 October 2017 Core PPI at Risk from Hurricanes. Trend is Rising too, Slowly
Our forecast for a 0.3% increase in the September core PPI, slightly above the underlying trend, is even more tentative than usual.

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12 October 2017 Core PPI at Risk from Hurricanes. Trend is Rising too, Slowly

By Ian Shepherdson

Our forecast for a 0.3% increase in the September core PPI, slightly above the underlying trend, is even more tentative than usual.

Posted: 11th Oct 2017 in 'U.S.'

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