WASHINGTON — U.S. import prices rose 1.1% in September, rising for the first time in four months on a monthly basis, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Thursday.

The 1.1% rise was led by an increase in fuel prices which rose by 4.4%, although nonfuel prices increased as well. Within the fuel price rise, petroleum import prices increased 4.6%.

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