Pantheon Macroeconomics - Under normal circumstances, the 0.23% increase in the core CPI, reported earlier this month, would be enough to ensure a 0.2% print in today's core PCE deflator.

U.S. | 20 Dec 2019 Expect a Benign November Core PCE, but Change is Coming in Q1
Under normal circumstances, the 0.23% increase in the core CPI, reported earlier this month, would be enough to ensure a 0.2% print in today's core PCE deflator.

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20 Dec 2019 Expect a Benign November Core PCE, but Change is Coming in Q1

By Ian Shepherdson

Under normal circumstances, the 0.23% increase in the core CPI, reported earlier this month, would be enough to ensure a 0.2% print in today's core PCE deflator.

Posted: 20th Dec 2019 in 'U.S.'

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