June CPI Up 0.3%; Core Rate Rises 0.1%

Newman, Emily
July 2004
Bond Buyer;7/19/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31928, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the increase in the seasonally adjusted index of consumer prices in the United States in June 2004. Factors that influence the overall rise in consumer price index; Increase in transportation costs and housing prices; Percentage rise in apparel and food prices.


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