US WHOLESALE PRICES JUMP, BUT UNDERLYING PRESSURES LOOK TAME

WASHINGTON (AP) — Led by costlier gas, food, and chemicals, U.S. wholesale prices surged 0.6 percent in October, the biggest month-to-month rise in six years.Read more on NewsOK.com

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