Consumer Prices Rise For 2nd Month In A Row
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Consumer Prices Rise For 2nd Month In A Row

Portland : OR : USA | Oct 15, 2009 at 2:25 PM PDT
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The official consumer prices released by the government showed that consumer prices have risen for 2 months in a row. Generally prices fall throughout a recession, but with the government dumping a lot of money into the system it is only a matter of time until prices increase. Increases were in line with expectations of +0.2% for last month. Prices are expected to gradually increase if the recession ends soon.

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