U.S. Consumer Price Index Fell 0.2 Percent In May

U.S. consumer price index fell 0.2 percent in May, right at the consensus. April reading was at -0.1%. Consumer price index fell less food & energy came out at consensus of 0.1%. Prior reading was no change for April.

Again, no inflation in sight.

Chart 1. Consumer Price Index

Source: BLS

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