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US: CPI rose 1.5% in March

FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - The Department of Labour has informed that US consumer prices rose 1.5% on a yearly basis during March, missing expectations at 1.6%.
On a monthly basis, prices contracted 0.2% vs. 0.0% expected.

Core CPI, which strips food and energy costs, rose 1.9% over the last twelve months and 0.1% MoM. Both prints have missed estimates at +2.0% and +0.2% respectively.

US: Consumer Price Index n.s.a (MoM) up to 232.77 in Mar from 232.17 in Feb

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Forex: AUD/USD rises to session highs after CPI in US

The AUD/USD has moved higher Tuesday, having pared some of yesterday’s grisly losses. During the onset of American trading Tuesday, the cross is now settling at 1.0378/80, up a steadfast +0.63% after US economic data.
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