The Cleveland Fed's alternative inflation measure, the 16% trimmed-mean Consumer Price Index,...

|By:, SA News Editor

The Cleveland Fed's alternative inflation measure, the 16% trimmed-mean Consumer Price Index, was flat in October, a 0.6% annualized gain. The rise in the bank's core CPI measure - which doesn't automatically exclude food and energy - was a bit lighter than the +0.2% reported by BLS.