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Japan Tokyo Sept CPI Quickened; +2.8% Y/Y

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  • The core consumer price index (excluding fresh food) in the Tokyo area, a leading indicator of the national average, rose for the 14th month by 2.8% in September, faster than the 2.6% growth registered in August.
  • Energy costs increased 24.2% y/y, decelerating from last 25.6% y/y increase.
  • Processed food prices edged up 4.5% y/y, quicker than last 3.8% y/y growth.
  • Prices for household durable goods jumped 9.5% y/y, quickly up from the previous 4.2% y/y increase.
  • The core-core CPI (excluding fresh food and energy) -- a key indicator of the underlying trend of inflation -- edged up 1.7% y/y in September, following last 1.4% y/y growth.
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  • The core consumer price index (excluding fresh food) in the Tokyo area, a leading indicator of the national average, rose for the 14th month by 2.8% in September, faster than the 2.6% growth registered in August.
  • Energy costs increased 24.2% y/y, decelerating from last 25.6% y/y increase.
  • Processed food prices edged up 4.5% y/y, quicker than last 3.8% y/y growth.
  • Prices for household durable goods jumped 9.5% y/y, quickly up from the previous 4.2% y/y increase.
  • The core-core CPI (excluding fresh food and energy) -- a key indicator of the underlying trend of inflation -- edged up 1.7% y/y in September, following last 1.4% y/y growth.