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Consumer Price Index MoM (Jul)

Survey 0.4%
Actual 0.8%
Prior 1.1%
Revised n/a

Out of control, but if the recent commodity sell off holds headline will moderate some for awhile. Lots of pass-throughs and cost push forces in place.

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CPI Ex Food & Energy MoM (Jul)

Survey 0.2%
Actual 0.3%
Prior 0.3%
Revised n/a

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Consumer Price Index YoY (Jul)

Survey 5.1%
Actual 5.6%
Prior 5.0%
Revised n/a

The Fed has to be concerned that the 2% FF rate is way too accommodative, especially with Q2 GDP no forecast at over 3% and Q3 looking like 2%.

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CPI Ex Food & Energy YoY (Jul)

Survey 2.4%
Actual 2.5%
Prior 2.4%
Revised n/a

Could be headed much higher as cost push pass-throughs starting to register.

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CPI Core Index SA (Jul)

Survey n/a
Actual 216.230
Prior 215.526
Revised n/a

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Consumer Price Index NSA (Jul)

Survey 219.075
Actual 219.964
Prior 218.815
Revised n/a

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CPI TABLE 1 (Jul)

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CPI TABLE 2 (Jul)

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CPI TABLE 3 (Jul)

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Initial Jobless Claims (Aug 9)

Survey 435K
Actual 450K
Prior 455K
Revised 460K

Up, but confused by new extended benefits.

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Continuing Jobless Claims (Aug 2)

Survey 3310K
Actual 3417K
Prior 3311K
Revised 3303K

Not looking good either, but how bad can it actually be with GDP north of 3%?

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Jobless Claims TABLE 1 (Aug 9)

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Jobless Claims TABLE 2 (Aug 9)


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