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U.S. Documents | 16 October 2017 Don't Rule Out a Hurricane-Induced Jump in the Core CPI
The September core CPI was held down by prescription drug prices, which fell by 0.6%, and vehicle prices, which fell by 0.4%.

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16 October 2017 Don't Rule Out a Hurricane-Induced Jump in the Core CPI

By Ian Shepherdson

The September core CPI was held down by prescription drug prices, which fell by 0.6%, and vehicle prices, which fell by 0.4%.

Posted: 15th Oct 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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