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MarketWatch First Take: Here’s where inflation hit your wallet hardest in 2017

Consumer prices rose about 2.1% in 2017, driven higher by the usual factors: The price of owning or renting a home, the price of filling the gas tank and the price of filling your belly.

Of course, the prices of some things fell: Wireless phone services were down sharply, and the costs of many manufactured goods, such as clothes, cars, hi-tech gadgets and furniture, dropped as well.

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