The U.S. January consumer price index data mainly reflected rebounds in some key components, but still show overall prices are moderating — as would be expected in a recession.

January CPI rose 0.3% overall and increased 0.2% at the core, for a flat reading overall over the year — its best showing since August 1955 — and a 1.7% increase at core over the year.

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