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U.S. Inflation Cooled at the End of the Summer

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WASHINGTON—A key reading on U.S. inflation cooled slightly at the end of the summer.

U.S. consumer prices were flat in September, as a decline in energy and used-vehicle prices held down broader inflationary pressures, after rising a seasonally adjusted 0.1% in August, the Labor Department said Thursday.

Excluding the volatile food and energy…

Source: WSJ.com: US Business