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U.S. | 14 February 2018 Gas Prices Will Lift the January CPI: Core has Risks in Both Directions
We have no real argument with the consensus forecasts for the January CPI, with the headline likely to rise by 0.3%, with the core up 0.2%.

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14 February 2018 Gas Prices Will Lift the January CPI: Core has Risks in Both Directions

By Ian Shepherdson

We have no real argument with the consensus forecasts for the January CPI, with the headline likely to rise by 0.3%, with the core up 0.2%.

Posted: 13th Feb 2018 in 'U.S.'

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