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"The CPI release reflected more persistent pricing pressures. The new wrinkle is the decline in consumer spending. Low unemployment and high inflation still keep the Federal Reserve on the path of raising rates in March. This environment _...Read More_
"The CPI release reflected more persistent pricing pressures. The new wrinkle is the decline in consumer spending. Low unemployment and high inflation still keep the Federal Reserve on the path of raising rates in March. This environment _...Read More_
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>"Diving into December's CPI Numbers and their Implications for the Future"
>"Diving into December's CPI Numbers and their Implications for the Future"
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>"A Deep Dive into the Discrepancy Between Home Price Indexes, Private Sector Rental Data, and Official CPI Rent Indexes"
>"A Deep Dive into the Discrepancy Between Home Price Indexes, Private Sector Rental Data, and Official CPI Rent Indexes"
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"Energy, Cars, Gasoline, Housing, and More"
"Energy, Cars, Gasoline, Housing, and More"
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"China’s factory-gate prices rose by 13.5 per cent in October from a year earlier after the overall economy grew by just 4.9 per cent in the third quarter, although consumer prices have remained relatively stable."
"China’s factory-gate prices rose by 13.5 per cent in October from a year earlier after the overall economy grew by just 4.9 per cent in the third quarter, although consumer prices have remained relatively stable."
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"Future Inflation Dynamics Will Look Very Different From Current Inflation Dynamics"
"Future Inflation Dynamics Will Look Very Different From Current Inflation Dynamics"
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[https://m.economictimes.com/opinion/et-commentary/could-inflation-in-developed-countries-have-a-spillover-effect-on-india/articleshow/86947741.cms](https://m.economictimes.com/opinion/et-commentary/could-inflation-in-developed-countries-have-a-spillover-effect-on-india/articleshow/86947741.cms) >"The best way to keep prices competitive and inflation low in any economy is by ensuring _...Read More_
[https://m.economictimes.com/opinion/et-commentary/could-inflation-in-developed-countries-have-a-spillover-effect-on-india/articleshow/86947741.cms](https://m.economictimes.com/opinion/et-commentary/could-inflation-in-developed-countries-have-a-spillover-effect-on-india/articleshow/86947741.cms) >"The best way to keep prices competitive and inflation low in any economy is by ensuring _...Read More_
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"Much of the jump in inflation from 1.1% to 3.8% is transient, and the lockdown in NSW will suppress what’s left. But even if you still fear inflation, there are things you can do."
"Much of the jump in inflation from 1.1% to 3.8% is transient, and the lockdown in NSW will suppress what’s left. But even if you still fear inflation, there are things you can do."
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"Some Chinese economists have attempted to assuage inflation fears by noting that the recent surge in the producer price index is unlikely to translate into a sharp uptick in consumer prices. In fact, this is precisely what China should _...Read More_
"Some Chinese economists have attempted to assuage inflation fears by noting that the recent surge in the producer price index is unlikely to translate into a sharp uptick in consumer prices. In fact, this is precisely what China should _...Read More_
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"The average price of US goods and services surged in April, leading some to worry the economy is beginning to experience dangerously high levels of inflation. A scholar explains why that's unlikely."
"The average price of US goods and services surged in April, leading some to worry the economy is beginning to experience dangerously high levels of inflation. A scholar explains why that's unlikely."
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>"The Consumer Price Index rise for April from a year earlier was the sharpest since September 2008."
>"The Consumer Price Index rise for April from a year earlier was the sharpest since September 2008."
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The underlying health of the economy is, and always has been, measured by the health of the labor market.
The underlying health of the economy is, and always has been, measured by the health of the labor market.
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