May inflation data is due out this morning, with economists expecting that falling energy prices...
May inflation data is due out this morning, with economists expecting that falling energy prices helped CPI drop 0.2% on month, the first decline in two years. In April, there was no change. Core CPI is seen at +0.2%. If the cost of living has fallen, talk of further Fed easing may well get louder.
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