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Bond traders brace for inflation data that could rattle Fed

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The core measure that strips out energy and food prices has remained stubbornly below 2 per cent since April and October data has "game-changing potential".

New York

IN the eyes of Morgan Stanley, bond traders would be wise to remember the 15th of November.

That's when the Labor Department releases October inflation data, the final reading of the consumer price index before the Federal Open Market Committee begins its two-day meeting

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