US Economics

US Data Response

12 June, 2019

Consumer Prices (May)

The subdued 0.1% gain in core consumer prices in May extends a run of weaker gains, underlining the lack of significant inflationary pressures a decade into this expansion. Subdued growth in unit labour costs will keep core inflation muted, even as higher tariffs on imports from China push goods inflation higher.

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