Inflation Cooled Off In November

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The November producer price index (PPI) fell by 0.8 per cent, which was a bit more than the 0.5 per cent expected by economists.Click Here For Updates >

Excluding food and energy, prices climbed 0.1 per cent, which was right in line.

Year-over-year, prices were up 1.5 per cent, which was below the 1.8 per cent expected.

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