April 16, 2010

Consumer Prices in March 2010

Percent change for 12 months ended March 2010, Consumer Price Index for All Urban consumers, not seasonally adjusted
Index Percent change

All items

2.3

Food

0.2

Energy

18.3

New vehicles

3.0

Apparel

-0.4

Shelter

-0.6

Transportation services

3.8

Medical care services

3.8

These data featured in the TED article, Consumer Prices in March 2010.            

 

 

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