The falling cost of gas and food kept consumer prices in check in November but some inflationary pressure appears to be building in the economy, according to the U.S. Department of Labor’s consumer price index for November.

Energy prices dropped 1.3% last month, with gasoline prices falling again, and food costs slipped 0.1% to mark the first decline since March, according to a review of the report by MarketWatch.

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