Brisk Growth Pushes Consumer Prices Higher


So far, investors agree with Fed officials that inflationary pressure will be short-lived, but hotter-than-expected prices have introduced some creeping doubt. The headline consumer price index rose +0.6% in May while core CPI climbed +0.7%. Both readings were slightly above forecast, but slightly below April increases.

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