The Weekly Economic & Market Recap
The core CPI, which excludes the volatile food and energy component, rose 0.1% in September, and year-over-year is running at up 2.4%. The September headline CPI increase was slightly less than expected as energy prices declined, and a lower than anticipated increase in used car prices helped keep overall price pressures in check. On the surface, it does not appear that tariffs are having a significant impact on consumer prices even after the introduction of an additional $150 billion of tariffs on Chinese imports.
Investment Outlook THIRD QUARTER 2019: PATIENCE AND FORTITUDE
magnificent Carrère & Hastings building would receive a much-needed restoration. The sculptures have stood guard
there since 1911. But they are exposed to the elements, and to the eroding effects of urban pollution, and so they
require repairs and cleaning every 10 years or so.