If you are looking for inflation that is seemingly missing, try the US import and export prices. US import prices by end use rose 2.7% YoY in September and US export prices by end use rose 2.9% YoY.
Since Core PCE Price growth YoY roughly follows import prices YoY, let’s see if we get that turnaround in Core PCE Price growth that has been hovering.
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