WASHINGTON — Import prices jumped 0.9% in October, as both fuel and non-fuel imports rose, the Labor Department reported Wednesday morning. However, the rise was just shy of economists’ expectations.

Overall export prices increased 0.8% in October, the third consecutive monthly increase, led by a 2.5% jump in agricultural export prices.

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