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Consumer Price Index (CPI-U) is not calculated for the state of
Colorado. This is the CPI-U for the Denver-Boulder-Greeley CMSA,
often used as a proxy for the inflation rate of Colorado (it is calculated
b Estimated. c Forecast.
Sources: Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, Bureau of
Labor Statistics, and Colorado Business Economic Outlook
Committee. Inflation energy and stagnant housing costs. Core inflation
(all items less food and energy) increased nationally 1.7% in 2009 and 1% in 2010. The U.S. city average all items Consumer Price
Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) fell by
0.4% in 2009, followed by an increase of 1.6% in
2010. Inflation is expected to average 3.2% in 2011
and 2.2% in 2012, partially due to increases in Inflation is reported by the Bureau of Labor
Statistics for the Denver-Boulder-Greeley combined metropolitan statistical areas, which is often
used as the proxy for Colorado. The state tracks
closely with national infl...
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