Expect Wall Street to Keep Worrying About Inflation: DealBook Briefing

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2018.02.14. 17:12
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The Consumer Price Index jumped 2.1 percent in January, from a year earlier. That is slightly above the 2 percent rate that Wall Street economists expected.



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