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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1 percent in February, with core inflation standing at 2.
The gradual build-up of domestic demand is evident in the rising core inflation.
The PBS data showed that there was no major movement in core inflation during the past one year that remained in the range of 5.
FILE - Central Bank of Egypt's building in downtown Cairo CAIRO -- 8 February 2018: The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) said that the Egyptian annual core inflation rate declined to 14.
Prices for services that contribute to core inflation continued to increase at a faster pace driven by rising production costs and buoyant consumer demand.
The estimates in this paper confirm the presence of a conventional Phillips curve specification, both for core inflation and headline inflation.
The figures published by the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) showed that year-on-year core inflation declined to 30.
The non food and non energy core inflation during April 2017 was observed at 5.
August core inflation came in at 2 percent year-on-year, the highest year-to-date.
During the month of June, 2016 over same month of last year, the trimmed core inflation has been observed as 3.
interest rates this summer, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said Friday he thinks a "reasonable case" can be made for deferring rate hikes until core inflation reaches the Fed's goal of 2 percent.
Global core inflation, which strips out volatile energy and food prices, and is thus a better gauge of domestic inflation pressures than the headline number, is currently running close to historic highs.