Wall Street Journal (06/18/15) Eric Morath; Jeffrey Sparshott
Consumer prices posted the largest monthly increase in May since February 2013, a signal of modest inflation. The consumer-price index increased a seasonally adjusted 0.4% in May from April, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Higher gasoline prices drove the overall index higher. Excluding the energy and food categories, core prices rose 0.1%. Economists polled by the Wall Street Journal had forecast overall prices would rise 0.5% and core prices would increase 0.2%.
Overall prices were unchanged from a year ago, and core prices were up 1.7%.
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