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U.S. import prices jump 1.3% in March

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
The prices paid for goods imported into the U.S. jumpd 1.3% in March, mainly because of higher oil costs, the Labor Department said Wednesday
That compared to a revised 0.1% decrease in February
Import prices in February were originally reported up 0.4%
Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected import prices to climb 0.8% in March

Excluding fuel, import prices rose by a much smaller 0.3% last month
The price of U.S.-made goods exported to other nations, meanwhile, rose 0.8% in March

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