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the rate of inflation, excluding the effects of food and energy prices, is a) hyperinflation, b) the core inflation rate, c) the price index, d) the wage-price spiral
The rate of inflation, excluding the effects of food and energy prices, is the core inflation rate.
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User: the rate of inflation, excluding the effects of food and energy prices, is a) hyperinflation, b) the core inflation rate, c) the price index, d) the wage-price spiral

Weegy: The rate of inflation, excluding the effects of food and energy prices, is a.) hyperinflation.
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The rate of inflation, excluding the effects of food and energy prices, is the core inflation rate.
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