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2-Month Spike In CPI Appears To Have Run Its Course; Deflation Risk Nosedives On Election Outcome

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Sun, 18 Nov 2012

By Ed Dolan : U.S. inflation data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that a two-month spike in headline inflation seems to have run its course. Both headline and core inflation measures are now close to or below the Fed's 2 percent target. In a related development, the Atlanta ...

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