core inflation

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

core inflation (usually uncountable, plural core inflations)

  1. (economics) Inflation excluding the increase or decrease of prices in some sectors (usually food and energy).
  2. (economics, in the Eurozone) Inflation excluding energy, food, alcohol and tobacco prices.

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