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Consumer Prices (May)

Core CPI increased by a more modest 0.2%m/m in May and, although we still need to see the PPI data tomorrow, it looks like core PCE, the Fed's preferred inflation metric, increased by significantly less than 0.2%. That would make May the first month this year when core prices have come in not just consistent with the 2% annual target, but below it.

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