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Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers: Gasoline, unleaded midgrade in MilwaukeeRacine, WI (CMSA) (DISCONTINUED) (CUUSA212SS47015)
Observation:
2017: 233.174 (+ more)Updated: Jan 12, 2018
2017:  233.174  
2016:  211.954  
2015:  239.859  
2014:  316.787  
2013:  325.903 
Units:
Index Dec 1993=100,Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
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Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers: Gasoline, unleaded midgrade in MilwaukeeRacine, WI (CMSA) (DISCONTINUED)
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Title  Release Dates  


Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers: Gasoline, unleaded midgrade in MilwaukeeRacine, WI (CMSA)  20111019  20180111 
Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers: Gasoline, unleaded midgrade in MilwaukeeRacine, WI (CMSA) (DISCONTINUED)  20180112  20180112 
Source  


U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics  20111019  20180112 
Release  


Consumer Price Index  20111019  20180112 
Units  


Index Dec 1993=100  20111019  20180112 
Frequency  


Annual  20111019  20180112 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Not Seasonally Adjusted  20111019  20180112 
Notes  


This series was discontinued as a result of the introduction of a new geographic area sample for the Consumer Price Index. Information on the geographic revision is available at https://www.bls.gov/cpi/additionalresources/geographicrevision2018.htm.

20180112  20180112 
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