Need A Laugh? Check Out The Latest CPI Numbers

January 2011
Moderate Voice;1/14/2011, p6
Blog Entry
A blog from Michael Silverstein, Wall Street Columnist, on CPI (Consumer Price Index) numbers released by the government in the U.S. is presented.


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