core inflation

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core inflation

n.
The rate of inflation excluding normally volatile components, such as energy and produce prices.
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He added that CBE might not increase its basic interest rates until the end of this year, especially as the official data indicate a retreat in core inflation rates, which allows the bank to fix the interest rates as well.
The report said that both headline and core inflation rates were not changed in year-on- year terms for a third consecutive month in June.
We expect that both the headline and core inflation rates will approach the 2.
Core inflation rates in the last three months have recorded above the CPI and market observers noted inflation will be above 8 percent by year end.
Economists expect core inflation rates, which tend to be a better predictor of future headline inflation rates than headline itself, will remain below the Fed's 2 percent long-term inflation target for the foreseeable future.
No price fluctuations would be included in core inflation rates.
The rise in oil and commodity prices will affect headline inflation throughout this year, but the biggest impact on the economy will be through lower economic growth, not higher core inflation rates.
The bottom line is that headline and core inflation rates are clearly pointing north.
This timing means that the Board staff preparing the Greenbook forecasts had information about the preliminary estimates of core inflation rates in previous quarters.
The difference between their core inflation rates (2.
Moreover, there are clear signals that core inflation rates are falling, implying the prospect that within the foreseeable future we will have attained the lowest rates of inflation in a generation, an encouraging indicator of future gains in standards of living for the American people.