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Inflation Dispersion On Net Little Changed Despite Core CPI Miss

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  • MNIs estimate tracking 56 items across the CPI basket predominantly from indent level 4 shows the share of the basket growing above 3% M/M annualized SA cooled slightly (58 down to 56% vs 39% 2019 av) but the share growing in excess of 5% increased (46 up to 51% vs 25% 2019 av).
  • The share seeing declines was little changed at 32% vs 38% 2019 av.
  • Charts below:


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  • MNIs estimate tracking 56 items across the CPI basket predominantly from indent level 4 shows the share of the basket growing above 3% M/M annualized SA cooled slightly (58 down to 56% vs 39% 2019 av) but the share growing in excess of 5% increased (46 up to 51% vs 25% 2019 av).
  • The share seeing declines was little changed at 32% vs 38% 2019 av.
  • Charts below: