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Cost of living up more than expected in Feb

Core consumer-price index rises 0.2 per cent for second month, says Labor Department
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 - 05:50

An improving job market is helping to underpin consumer confidence, giving US firms a little more pricing power.


THE cost of living in the US excluding food and fuel rose more than forecast in February, reflecting broad-based gains that helped keep a floor under inflation.

The so-called core consumer-price index climbed 0.2 per cent for a second month, a Labor Department report

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