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core inflation UK US noun [U] ECONOMICS
the rate at which prices rise, not including the prices of things that change in price often, for example, food or energy: »

The core inflation rate, which excludes mortgage interest payments, fell to its lowest level in April last year.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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