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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7 percent in October, while core inflation (excluding fresh food, transport, and energy prices) has risen since the beginning of 2015, reaching 4.
Core inflation, measured by non-food, non-energy increased by 4
During the month of October, 2015 over October, 2014, the trimmed core inflation has been observed as 2.
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.
Core inflation (CPI excluding food items) eased for the second consecutive month in May, from 3.
Digging a little deeper into the behavior of the two components of core PCE inflation, core services and core goods, may provide some additional insights into why core inflation has been coming in persistently low and whether there is a cause for concern that it could remain low going forward.
According to the report, core inflation slowed down marginally in April but remains relatively high at 3.
Core inflation was lifted due to increase in shelter costs, which followed a similar gain in March 2015.
If I were in the shoes of the central bank, I would look at the decline of core inflation to 7.
Core inflation also drops; unemployment dips to 11.
Global Banking News-October 28, 2014--Central bank of Singapore says core inflation to stay firm
Foodstuffs and housing and related services remain the main sources of inflation despite a surprising month-on-month decline in food prices, as core inflation stabilised in June for the second consecutive month, said the Jadwa Investment report quoting data from the Central Department of Statistics and Information (CDSI).