WASHINGTON — The U.S. September CPI report was about as expected, showing surging energy costs made worse by seasonal adjustment, and otherwise modest core inflation pressures held down by lower auto prices.

September CPI printed up 0.6%, but core rose 0.1% (a 0.146% gain unrounded). Both numbers were 2.0% higher over the year.

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