Inflation May Have Turned a Corner

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There’s finally some positive news on the inflation front – the consumer price index eased last month.

Prices were up 7.7% in October from the year before – still uncomfortably high, but encouragingly on the decline. Core inflation, stripped of volatile food and energy prices, is up 6.3% from the year before. After reaching a decades-long high last month, it should be a comfort to both the Federal Reserve and consumers to see that ticking down. 

We have been following the reversing position of services and durable good inflation – this trend continued in October. The

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