Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
Macroeconomics  |  October 16, 2012 15:51:43

U.S. - CPI inflation in September rose more than expected due to rising prices of fuel, by contrast, estimates of core


Consumer price index (CPI) in the U.S. in September scored grow again by 0.6% as well as in August. Market allowed for a slight reduction in the growth rate of 0.5% towards the overall estimates range from +0.1 to +0.7% ..

Core-CPI, which in itself bears the influence of volatile food and energy prices, rose again by 0.1%, which fell short of estimates set for an average increase of 0.2%.

Compared CPI grew by 2%, as well as the core component, which in August grew by 1.9%.

Energy prices jumped in September decreased by 4.5%. The average price of petrol rose by 13 cents to $ 3.83 per gallon. Food prices rose by 0.1%. Prices of used cars decreased by 1.4%, which was the biggest drop since February 2009. Prices of new cars fell by 0.1%.

The average hourly wage in September, after adjustment for inflation declined by 0.3% compared to the August decline of 0.6%. In annual comparison, the average wage fell by 0.2%.

Fed at its last meeting, said he does not fear inflation, more stringent possible. In the long term estimates Fed stable price increases, then the short counts with levels below or close to the long-term growth target set at 2%.
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