The Consumer Price Index (CPI) remained the same in June. The annual rate of inflation for the last three months has been 1.9 percent.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased by .5 percent in July. The annual rate of inflation for the last three months has been 1.9 percent and over the last 12 months was 3.2 percent.
The seasonally adjusted rate of change in the consumer price index (CPI) during the month of August 2003 was 0.3 percent (an increase of four-tenths of one percent). The rate of increase in the consumer price index over the past twelve months was 2.2 percent. In August, the core consumer price index, which excludes energy and food prices, increased 0.1 percent. Over the last twelve months, the core index increased 1.3 percent.
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