The consumer price index fell .2% last month, the Labor Department reported today. It was the first drop in prices since December.

The CPI in March was .4% below the CPI in March 2008, the first year-over-decline since August, 1955, according to the department's Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The CPI had risen .5% in February and .3% in January.

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