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Consumer Price Index: January Headline At 2.1%

SeekingAlpha Wednesday, 14 February 2018
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News video: Inflation Rises Higher Than Expected for January

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics says Inflation in January rose more than economists had forecast. The bureau’s consumer price index, which tracks price changes of a basket of consumer goods, rose 2.1%. Those polled by Bloomberg had forecasted a 1.9% jump. Nearly all major items tracked rose in...

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