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U.S. | 14 March 2018 Mean Reversion in the CPI Confirms January's Core Jump was a Fluke
A significant minority of investors were betting on a repeat of January's outsized 0.349% increase in the core, judging from the immediate market reaction to the release of the February CPI report.

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14 March 2018 Mean Reversion in the CPI Confirms January's Core Jump was a Fluke

By Ian Shepherdson

A significant minority of investors were betting on a repeat of January's outsized 0.349% increase in the core, judging from the immediate market reaction to the release of the February CPI report.

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

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