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Let's stop fooling ourselves

16 April 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

The 0.3% rise in US consumer prices in March doesn’t sound too awful. But without the jumbo seasonal adjustment, the monthly rate would have been 0.7% or 9% annually. That’s the Chinese level, but the Chinese central bank is raising rates. The Fed should think about following.

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