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    Step-by-Step: How the Coincident Investment Index Was Made

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    [SAMPLE] SEIDO High Frequency CPI: Inflation was 1% WoW

    Weekly inflation remained relatively stable, though at high levels. Consumer prices increased 1% WoW (slightly lower than the previous 1.2% WoW -revised-), and its monthly printing was 3.5% MoM (down from previous 3.7% MoM -revised-). Furthermore, the interannual inflation rate was 56.9% YoY (down from previous 57.1% YoY -revised-).


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    [SAMPLE] Output recovers to pre-pandemic level

    Economic activity recovered in August, reaching pre-pandemic levels. Official data reported an increase of 1.1% MoM in July (seasonally adjusted), with interannual comparisons showing the economy up 12.8% YoY. In consequence, output is 0.28% above its pre-pandemic level (January 2020) and remains just 1.9% below early 2019 levels. **Data for September is scarce,