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What "Low-Flation"? Core CPI Jumps Most In 3 Years As Food Costs Push Higher

• zerohedge.com
At 2.0% Core CPI has caught up with the hot-flation of PPI removing the crutch of low-flation easement the Fed has been relying on. While Ex-Food-and-Energy is surging (well above expectations), the food index rose 0.5% in May after increasing 0.4% in each of the three previous months; and the index for food at home increased 0.7%, its largest increase since July 2011. This is all happening against a backdrop of real hourly wages dropping 0.1% YoY.

 Does this look like the Fed has inflation concerns under control?

Driven by "Food at Home" costs soaring...

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