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Cleveland Fed: Median CPI increased 0.3% and Trimmed-mean CPI increased 0.2% in October

The Cleveland Fed released the median CPI and the trimmed-mean CPI.

According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, the median Consumer Price Index rose 0.3% in October. The 16% trimmed-mean Consumer Price Index increased 0.2% in October. “The median CPI and 16% trimmed-mean CPI are measures of core inflation calculated by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland based on data released in the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) monthly CPI report”.

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This graph shows the year-over-year change for these four key measures of inflation. 

On a year-over-year basis, the median CPI rose 5.3% (down from 5.5% in September), the trimmed-mean CPI rose 4.1% (down from 4.3%), and the CPI less food and energy rose 4.0% (down from 4.1%). 
Core PCE is for September was up 3.7% YoY, down from 3.8% in August.

Note: The Cleveland Fed released the median CPI details. “Motor fuel” decreased at a 45% annualized rate in October. Rent and Owner’s equivalent rent are still high, but decreasing.

YoY Measures of Inflation: Services, Goods and Shelter

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