Housing prices rose 0.2 percent in August, driven in part by a 0.4 percent jump in household energy. Rent of primary residences also rose 0.4 percent, due in part to the fact that rents incorporate some energy price hikes. Owners’ equivalent rent rose only 0.2 percent in the month.

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