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Energy costs push US wholesale prices up 0.3 pct.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Higher energy costs pushed U.S. wholesale prices up 0.3 percent last month. Prices rose a modest 1.4 percent over the past year, the lowest one-year gain since April. The Labor Department says that excluding volatile food and energy costs wholesale prices were unchanged in August. They were up 1.1 percent over the past year, smallest gain since June 2010 and another sign that...

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