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    US consumer prices unchanged in October

    U.S. consumer prices were unexpectedly unchanged in October as moderate gains in the cost of food were offset by cheaper gasoline amid slack in ...
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    Singapore's core inflation in September hits more than 3-year low | Video

    Singapore's core inflation gauge rose 0.7 per cent in September, slightly less than the previous month as it hit a more than three-year low, data ...
  3. Singapore core inflation hits lowest in more than 4 years at 0.3% | Video
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    Singapore core inflation hits lowest in more than 4 years at 0.3% | Video

    Singapore's core inflation gauge in January hit its lowest level in four years, data on Monday (Feb 24) showed, due to lower services and retail ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Brandon Parrum, general manager of CarMax's Des Moines store, walks past vehicles

    Used vehicles lift US consumer prices, but inflation slowing

    U.S. consumer prices increased for a fourth straight month in September, with the cost of cars and trucks rising by the most since 1969, though ...
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    US consumer prices slow in September

    U.S. consumer prices rose for a fourth straight month in September though the pace has slowed amid considerable slack in the economy as it ...
  6. Used automibile for sale in Oceanside, California

    Used cars drive US consumer prices higher; inflation pressures firming

    U.S. consumer prices rose solidly in August, with the cost of used cars and trucks increasing by the most in more than 51 years likely as ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Destiny USA mall reopens as COVID-19 restrictions are eased

    Gasoline boosts US inflation; escalating COVID-19 cases seen suppressing demand

    U.S. consumer prices rebounded by the most in nearly eight years in June, but a resurgence in new COVID-19 cases after the reopening of businesses ...