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15 May 2017 Core Inflation Surprises Again, but the Trend Likely has not Turned

By Ian Shepherdson

The failure of the core CPI to mean-revert in April, after the unexpected March drop, does not mean that the Fed can relax.

Posted: 14th May 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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