WASHINGTON — Consumer prices fell 0.2% in June on a seasonally adjusted basis, the Labor Department reported Friday, after a revised 0.2% rise in May.

Core consumer prices, excluding food and energy, were up 0.3%% in June following a revised 0.3% increase in May.

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