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Here comes CPI inflation ...

Investors are keenly awaiting the consumer price index for January, which the Bureau of Labor Statistics will release at 8:30 a.m. ET. That's because it could relieve or intensify concerns about inflation and higher interest rates that helped drive the stock market into its first correction in two years. On Feb. 2, the January jobs report showed the fastest year-over-year growth in average hourly earnings since 2008.
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