The seasonally adjusted rate of change in the consumer price index during the month of October 2001 was -0.3 percent or a decrease of three-tenths of one percent. The consumer price index has increased over the last twelve months by 2.1 percent.
The seasonally adjusted rate of change in the consumer price index during the month of February 2002 was 0.2 percent or an increase of two-tenths of one percent. The rate of increase in the consumer price index over the past twelve months was 1.1 percent. In February, the core consumer price index, which excludes energy and food prices, increased by 0.3 percent.
Explore the connection between the economic indicators and real-world issues. These lessons typically can be done in one class period.
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