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Clothing and fuel send local price index higher
Published in 4-3-2014
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Area residents paid more for clothing, gasoline and college tuition and fees during the two-month period, the bureau reported. "Clothing prices are extremely seasonal, to say the least," said Cheryl Abbot, regional economist with the bureau in Dallas, referring to the 4.9 percent rise between July and August. The increase reflects higher prices for housing, electricity, natural gas and restaurant meals.