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15 November 2017 Core CPI to Mean-Revert as Rents and Vehicle Prices Rebound?

By Ian Shepherdson

A modest dip in gasoline prices will hold down the October CPI, due today, but investors' attention will be on the core, after five undershoots to consensus in the past six months.

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

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