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17 Feb. 2015 Falling Goods Prices Do Not Signal Broader U.S. Deflation Risk

By Ian Shepherdson

Last week's import price data, showing prices excluding fuels and food fell in January for the fourth month, support our view that the goods component of the CPI is set to drop sharply this year.

Posted: 17th Feb 2015 in 'U.S. Documents'

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