Trimmed Mean PCE Inflation Rate Report

The trimmed mean PCE inflation rate is an alternate measure of inflation in the price index for personal consumption expenditures calculated by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas using data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). It is calculated by removing a certain fraction of the most extreme observations and then taking a weighted average of the remaining observations. The trimmed mean PCE inflation rate has been shown to outperform the usual measure of excluding food and energy as a guage of core inflation in the economy.

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US 12-Month Trimmed Mean PCE Inflation Rate

Current (Oct 2017) Previous (Sep 2017) % Chg Prev % Chg 1Y
1.60% 1.63% -1.84% -14.89%

Major Trimmed Mean PCE Inflation Rate Indicators

Indicator Period Value % Chg Prev
US 1-Month Trimmed Mean PCE Inflation Rate Oct 2017 1.69% -11.52%
US 12-Month Trimmed Mean PCE Inflation Rate Oct 2017 1.60% -1.84%
US 6-Month Trimmed Mean PCE Inflation Rate Oct 2017 1.56% -1.27%
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