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Inflation gain a fresh 30-year high as measured by the Fed’s favorite gauge

Headline inflation, including food and energy, rose at an annual rate of 4.4% in September, the fastest since 1991; the fastest pace in 30 years.

Personal income fell faster than expected, but personal consumption increased and was in line with expectations.

Employment costs were faster than expected and rose at the fastest rate in 19 years.

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