Independent Strategy

USUS January CPI

CPI recorded a modest rise in January, headline up to 2.5% yoy from 2.3%, a shade above mkt estimates.  Core flat at 2.3% yoy which was a touch above consensus too, but really not much more than rounding.  Overall the inflation picture still looks fairly settled.

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