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  1. From Barron’s, June 1, 2015 (Part 2)

    Commentary

    Sat, 30 May 2015

    negative Q1 GDP to faulty seasonal adjustments . He is looking for pickup for Q2, or H2, based on housing rebound . He notes the CPI growth estimate at 2.4% for 2015, higher than Fed’s 2% inflation target. Pg 39: Editorial “Commencement Address

  2. BRIEF- CPI Q1 EBITDA rises to 0.85 mln euros

    Headlines

    Thu, 28 May 2015

    * Q1 2015 turnover at 10.85 million euros ($11.81 million) versus 10.44 million euros year ago

  3. FOREX-Dollar in vogue on CPI boost and Yellen's comments, euro weakens

    Headlines

    Mon, 25 May 2015

    * Stronger-than-expected core CPI bolsters case for Fed hike (updates prices)

  4. FOREX-Dollar back in vogue on CPI boost, Yellen's comments

    Headlines

    Mon, 25 May 2015

    * Stronger-than-expected core CPI bolsters case for Fed hike (Releads, updates prices)

  5. FOREX-Dollar back in vogue on CPI boost, Yellen's comments

    Headlines

    Mon, 25 May 2015

    * Dollar/yen touches 121.78, 8-year high above 122.04 in sight

  6. UPDATE 1-Singapore April CPI posts biggest annual drop in 5 years, easing mooted

    Headlines

    Mon, 25 May 2015

    SINGAPORE, May 25 (Reuters) - Singapore's consumer prices recorded their biggest year-on-year drop in five years in April, an outcome analysts said could open the way to further monetary easing if economic growth disappoints later this year.

  7. CORRECTED-GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares edge down on U.S. rate hike bets

    Headlines

    Mon, 25 May 2015

    * CPI data, Yellen speech revive U.S. rate increase expectations

  8. FOREX-Dollar hits 2-month high vs yen after CPI boost

    Headlines

    Sun, 24 May 2015

    * Dollar stands at multi-week highs vs peers such as euro, Aussie

  9. FOREX-Dollar hovers at 2-month high vs yen after CPI boost

    Headlines

    Sun, 24 May 2015

    * Dollar stands at multi-week highs vs peers such as euro and yen

  10. The Last Thing the Fed Should Be Worried About: Deflation

    Headlines

    Sat, 23 May 2015

    week was the U.S. Consumer Price Index . Though soft in the month of April, CPI seemed to indicate higher ..... On the surface, the Consumer Price Index for April was good news ..... particularly like looking at the CPI without food and energy

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