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One of the most important economic trends just hit a record low

The University of Michigan's preliminary consumer sentiment unexpectedly fell to its lowest level since last September, and the second lowest reading in the past two years. But, that wasn't necessarily the most notable part of the report. What really stood out was the low inflation expectations for October. The median five-year-ahead inflation expectations dropped to a new record low for the series — to 2.
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