Wednesday, October 30, 2013

US Consumer Prices Up 0.2% in September, 1.2% YoY - AFP (Charts Added)

US consumer prices up 0.2% in September (via AFP)

US consumer prices rose 0.2% in September mainly driven by energy costs, as inflationary pressures in the economy remained suppressed, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. Energy costs gained 0.8 percent over August, while food prices were unchanged…


Here's a chart of the 12-month percent change in the CPI (seasonally adjusted) via BLS.gov.

I found this chart as well of the YoY percent change in the CPI (not seasonally adjusted) and Core CPI (excluding food and energy, not seasonally adjusted) via BLS.gov.

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