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U.S. Documents | 15 February 2018 One Outsized Core CPI Gain does not Make a Trend, it Looks Like Noise
The January core CPI numbers are consistent with our view that the U.S. faces bigger upside inflation risks than markets and the Fed believe.

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15 February 2018 One Outsized Core CPI Gain does not Make a Trend, it Looks Like Noise

By Ian Shepherdson

The January core CPI numbers are consistent with our view that the U.S. faces bigger upside inflation risks than markets and the Fed believe.

Posted: 14th Feb 2018 in 'U.S. Documents'

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