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Last Friday, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that the consumer price index (CPI) declined in June for the third consecutive month. And although core inflation edged up a bit, the entire increase can be accounted for by the BLS's seasonal adjustment factor. In an environment of "business-not-as-usual" like today, data driven by seasonal adjustment are certainly suspect. So overall, the June CPI news seems largely in line with the downward inflation trend we've been seeing for a while. Does recent disinflation imply deflation? Well, that wouldn't be the consensus coming out of the June ...
When the policy of the Fed met in Washington to measure the economic pulse and to identify policies, their thoughts were busy prices. And to be precise – they fall. Can not say that we are now suffering from deflation. Consumer Price Index, excluding food and energy, in April and May grew by 0.9% on an annualized basis – a slight increase in 44 years. The favorite measure of inflation the Fed, the index of personal consumption expenditures, rose by 1.2% for 12 months. The U.S. economy is currently experiencing disinflation, ie period of slower growth in prices rather than ... Read More
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