WASHINGTON — The U.S. June consumer price inde wasn’t pretty, with some price measures posting their worst performance in years. Overall June CPI was up 1.1% and core rose 0.3%, both bigger than private analysts expected.

CPI printed 5.0% higher over-the-year overall and rose 2.4% for the similar measure for core. The overall CPI gain was the largest since a similar rise in June 1982, and the last time the over-the-year gain was as big was May 1991.

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