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From the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ News Release:

The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) increased 0.3 percent
in June on a seasonally adjusted basis, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
reported today. Over the last 12 months, the all items index rose 0.1 percent
before seasonal adjustment.

The seasonally adjusted all items increase was broad-based, with advances in
the indexes for gasoline, shelter, and food all contributing. The energy index
rose for the second straight month as the indexes for gasoline, electricity,
and natural gas all increased. The food index posted its largest increase
since September 2014, partly due to a sharp increase in the eggs index.

CPI-U Chart

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See also corresponding CPI-W chart

Contributions to this month’s rise in the index can be found in the rigth-most column of this table:

Contributions to All-Items Monthly % Change
All items. CPI-U. Seasonally Adjusted.
100 Basis Points = 1% (May not add to total due to rounding.)
Expenditure GroupBasis Points
All Items 0 0 0
Food and Beverages 0 0 0
Housing 0 0 0
Apparel 0 0 0
Transportation 0 0 0
Medical Care 0 0 0
Recreation 0 0 0
Education and Communication 0 0 0
Other Goods and Services 0 0 0

See contributions of sub-sectors for further break-outs.

The same contributions in the above table are shown here graphically:

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