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The October inflation numbers are out and they were less than expected.
Core CPI YoY printed at 2.1%. That is 12 months in a row of Core CPI YoY of above 2%.
Rent CPI YoY grew at 3.4%, the highest since mid-2007.
That goes along nicely with the lowest earnings growth post-recession since 1965.