Norway's core inflation, or the consumer price index
adjusted for changes in real taxes and energy prices, slowed to 2.
Meanwhile, the Consumer Price Index
for Southern California, which includes Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties, now stands at 169.
Despite those findings, the owners eventually agreed to limit rent increases to 2 percent or the Consumer Price Index
com's Industry News page, and a following story presents background information as to how the government branch surveys grocery prices and creates the index, based on an interview with Bill Cook, Food Section chief for the BLS Consumer Price Index
Currently, the city ordinance allows park owners to raise rents by 4 percent each year, or by the Consumer Price Index
, whichever is higher.
According to Hickok, most economists would agree the two factors that largely held the headline Consumer Price Index
(CPI) in check last year - falling energy prices and import prices - have now stopped falling.
Earlier discussions of adjusting the Consumer Price Index
, which affects Social Security benefits and tax brackets, were shelved.
He was rated the most accurate in forecasting the gross domestic product, consumer price index
, treasury bill rates, and unemployment rates from 1994 to 1997.
Among the conditions was a hold on domestic spending, ``meaningful'' tax relief and no adjustment to the Consumer Price Index
Of most recent note, is his work reviewing the accuracy of the Consumer Price Index
as a measure of inflation in his capacity as chairman of the Congressional Advisory Commission on the Consumer Price Index
The Bureau of Labor Statistics will begin publishing April 22 an experimental price gauge aimed at correcting one of the bias problems highlighted in the Consumer Price Index
Because the THCI exclusively tracks homeowner spending," states Paul Spring, editor-in-chief of Today's Homeowner, "it gives a much more accurate picture of changing homeowner costs than the much broader Consumer Price Index