June Consumer Prices Record Largest Drop In A Year

June consumer prices record largest drop in a year

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Consumer prices fell slightly more than expected in June to post their biggest drop in a year on weak gasoline costs, government data showed on Friday, pointing to a cooling in commodity-driven inflation pressures.

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