CPCE

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AcronymDefinition
CPCECode des Postes et Communications Électroniques (French: Postal and Electronic Communications)
CPCECertified Professional Catering Executive
CPCECommunity of Protestant Churches in Europe (Vienna, Austria)
CPCECanberra Packard Central Europe GmbH (est. 1987; various locations)
CPCECore Personal Consumption Expenditure (inflation index)
CPCECentre de Préparation aux Concours Européens (French: European Competition Preparation Center; education)
CPCECounselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination
CPCECyril Potter College of Education (Guyana)
CPCEChannel Partners Conference & Expo
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The US core personal consumption expenditure (PCE) Price Index was at 1.8% in 2018.
The Fed's favorite inflation gauge, the core personal consumption expenditure index, has not exceeded 2.5 percent in years and was 1.5 percent at the end of 2017.
Core personal consumption expenditure (PCE), the Feds preferred measure of inflation, has declined throughout the first five months of 2017 even though the US labor market has continued to improve.
The Fed also continues to see only benign, or low inflation, expecting the 2011 Core personal consumption expenditure index, or Core PCE, to increase 1.5% to 1.8%; that's up slightly from April's 1.3% to 1.6% forecast.
Core personal consumption expenditure (PCE), the Fed's preferred measure of inflation, has declined throughout the first five months of 2017 even though the US labour market has continued to improve.
For the 12 months through August the core personal consumption expenditure price index, the Fed s preferred inflation gauge, was running at 1.4 percent.
data, including the core personal consumption expenditure price index for October and the Institute for Supply Management manufacturing index for November, come out far above market forecasts.
In the economic calendar, US core personal consumption expenditures - the Federal Reserve's preferred measure of inflation - are due at 1330 BST.
The Fed's preferred inflation measure, the core personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index, is currently at 1.8 percent.
Commerce Department data that showed consumer spending slowing as the core personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index, a measure of inflation, hit the Federal Reserve's 2 percent annual target for the first time in six years.
For core CPI and core personal consumption expenditures price index (PCEPI) inflation, the correlations between the survey data and the empirical measure of expectations are 0.64 and 0.8, respectively, under RLS updating, and 0.62 and 0.76, respectively, using a CG formula.
The Fed itself lowered its own inflation projections on Wednesday, to 1.7% for core personal consumption expenditures, its favored inflation gauge, from the 1.9% rate it had projected in March.