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#ConsumerPriceInflation#

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U.S. Inflation - As measured by the headline, CPI rose by much lower than expected 4.59% in December (against exp 5%) primarily on lower vegetable prices. Food inflation eased to 3.51% y-o-y in December from 9.5% in November 2020.
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Inflation as measured by headline CPI rose by much lower than expected 4.59% in December (against exp 5%) primarily on lower vegetable prices. Food inflation eased to 3.51% yoy in December from 9.5% in November. The inflation print will ease some nerves in the domestic bond and money markets which h

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