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Consumer Prices (Jul.)

The more modest 0.3% m/m rise in core consumer prices in July indicates that the transitory burst of rising prices linked to reopening is fading and that, after falling to 4.3% from 4.5% in June, core inflation may now have peaked. But we still doubt that it will fall back as quickly over the coming quarters as Fed officials are hoping for.

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