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Consumer Prices Remained High In August


The Consumer Price Index rose 0.1% in August versus July and the 12-month increase remained historically high at 8.3%, disappointing Wall Street and the many observers who had hoped to see a bigger reduction. What really worried them was the 0.6% gain in the so-called “core” index, less energy and food. Source: Bureau of Labor…

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