Northeast CPI increases 1.3%, slower than U.S. city average

THE NORTHEAST CPI, nonseasonally adjusted, increased 1.3 percent year over year in February, slower than the U.S. city average CPI increase of 1.5 percent in that time. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/VICTOR J. BLUE
THE NORTHEAST CPI, nonseasonally adjusted, increased 1.3 percent year over year in February, slower than the U.S. city average CPI increase of 1.5 percent in that time. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/VICTOR J. BLUE
PROVIDENCE – The nonseasonally adjusted Northeast Consumer Price Index increased 1.3 percent year over year in February, 0.2 percentage points lower than the average United States city CPI, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Tuesday. Food and beverages CPI increased 1.6 percent year over year in the region, compared with the U.S. city…

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