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US Consumer price index YoY and MoM coming out at 13:30 UK time. Something to keep an eye on. 

 

US CPI index Food and Energy MoM and YoY coming out at 13:30 UK time too. The US fed reserve have been taking measures to tame inflation but these results may impact markets so keep your eye out/ be aware. 

 

I will post results of both when they come out. Let me know if you currently have any positions in any markets you think will be effected/ if you're looking to trade off the back of the result release 

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US consumer price index MoM

prev 1.3

Est  0.2

act 0

 

US consumer price index YoY

prev 9.1

Est  8.7

act 8.5

 

US CPI index Food and energy MoM

prev 0.7

Est  0.5

act 0.3

 

US CPI index Food and energy YoY 

prev 5.9

Est  6.1

act 5.9

 

all prev, est and actual are a % 

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