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Next summer’s sleeper

19 October 2011 By Martin Hutchinson

On its own, a 3.9 pct annual rise in U.S. CPI won’t raise big inflation fears. But M2 data suggests price rises will accelerate further. If so, by next summer CPI increases could potentially hit red-zone levels. That would inject inflation, and Fed policy, into the electoral mix.

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