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The Dallas Fed truncated the annualized one-month average PCE in October to 4.2% from 4.9%

Dallas Fed cut average

Today’s PCE data has been reworked by the Dallas Fed to provide a clearer underlying picture. On monthly changes alone and excluding several parts, the annualized inflation rate was 4.2%, a slowdown from 4.9% in September.

It’s a different picture in the six-month view, with the annualized rate dropping from 3.3% to 3.3%. The 12-month look also fell from 2.3% to 2.6%. Note, however, that once the items are removed, it is not that high.

While browsing the items, some were cut like televisions (price down 23.8% m / m annualized), linens (-26.3%), jewelry (-21.6%) and large household appliances (-10.4%).

On the other hand, fuel oil (+ 303.3%), used cars (+ 128.6%), gasoline (+ 102.8%) and electricity (+ 23.8%).

Owner-occupied homes, whose prices rose 5.2% on an annualized basis, were included.

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