A Volatility and Persistence-Based Core Inflation
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KeywordsEconometric models; Commodity price fluctuations; Consumer price indexes; Brazil; Oil prices; Inflation; Inflation measurement; Inflation persistence; Core inflation; persistence; volatility; triple weighted; price; prices; price changes; Index Numbers and Aggregation; Monetary Policy (Targets; Instruments; and Effects);
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