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U.S. | 30 January 2018 Core PCE Inflation has Bottomed, and Will Rise Sharply in March
The 0.18% increase in the core PCE deflator in December was at the lower end of the range implied by the core CPI. It left the year-over-year rate at just 1.5%.

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30 January 2018 Core PCE Inflation has Bottomed, and Will Rise Sharply in March

By Ian Shepherdson

The 0.18% increase in the core PCE deflator in December was at the lower end of the range implied by the core CPI. It left the year-over-year rate at just 1.5%.

Posted: 29th Jan 2018 in 'U.S.'

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