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Economy #295023

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 20, 1984
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(Studio) Inflation rise of 4.1% for 1984 through November said reported by Labor Department Consumers said taking hard look at situation.

(Indianapolis, IN) Good inflation report examined. [Eleanor VAPRON - says grocery prices awful.] Vapron identification as having written CBS with question re: prices. [VAPRON - can't find evidence of lowered inflation.] [Econ. Susan LAKATOS - says CPI reflects consumers as a group.] Manner in which CPI (Consumer Price Index) does not reflect actuality, noted. [VAPRON - laments prices.] [Analyst Raymond DeVOE, Junior - comments with regard to increase in service prices.] [August 1971 Richard NIXON - speaks of wage/price controls.] [VAPRON - gripes about prices.] Bite of inflation said still felt.

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