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11th Jan 2023 14:55U.S., Daily Monitor

  • A third straight benign core CPI print for December would complete the best streak in two years.
  • Look out for falling vehicle prices and airline fares, and—perhaps—slower rent increases.
  • Jobless claims likely stayed low last week, but rising layoff announcement signal trouble ahead.

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