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US core consumer inflation surpasses forecasts with a broad profit

(Bloomberg) – A key measure of US consumer prices in June was more than projected and may hinder the Federal Reserve's assessment of inflation as policymakers are already considering a rate cut this month. The Core The Consumer Price Index, which excludes food and energy, rose 0.3% month on month, the highest since January 2018, and 2.1% year-on-year, according to …

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US core inflation shows signs of life as the Fed weighs Bloomberg's lowered interest rates

US. Core inflation shows signs of livelihood as Fed evaluates interest rate cut (Bloomberg) – The US Federal Reserve's preferred measure of underlying US inflation showed signs of an increase in May towards the central bank target, possibly raising the bar for interest rates was cut at political decision-makers late next month. The food-and-energy indicator grew 0.2% mom from the …

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Inflation tame: consumer prices rise by 0.1% on the smallest increase in 4 months, as the CPI shows

Getty Images Consumer prices rose slightly in May, but overall inflation remains fairly low. The numbers: Falling gasoline and used car prices kept inflation in check in May and inflationary pressure continued to decline. Englisch: www.cosmetic-business.com/en/showar…p?art_id=944 April rose just 0.1%, said the Office of Labor Statistics on Wednesday. MarketWatch Forecast. This was the lowest increase since January. In particular, the …

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US inflation benefits rise; Slowing the economy can limit profits

By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Consumer prices in the US rose the most in the last 15 months of April, but a slowdown in spending indicated a slowdown in economic growth that could keep inflationary pressures moderate. Friday's Ministry of Commerce report backed Jerome Powell's view that the recent disinflation trend could be "temporary." Inflation remains below the US …

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The Fed may cut interest rates if inflation remains disappointing: Bullard

HONG KONG (Reuters) – A further weakness in inflation could lead the US Federal Reserve to cut interest rates even as economic growth maintains its momentum, said James Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Wednesday. James Bullard, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, speaks before the Foreign Correspondents' Hong Kong club in Hong …

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Fed officials sound alarm, worrying inflation may persist

"The Federal Reserve could take this opportunity to announce that a slight overshooting of inflation is consistent with our goals, and to align policy with that statement," she said. Trump's tariffs, which have risen to $ 25 billion last week for Chinese goods worth $ 200 billion, and possibly for another $ 300 billion in imports, could raise consumer prices …

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Higher gas prices, rents increase inflation in April, shows the CPI

Getty Images Women walk past a Victoria's Secret store in Midtown Manhattan. Consumer prices rose in April, mainly due to higher gas prices. The cost of clothing dropped again. Figures: Rising rents and higher fuel costs in April resulted in a significant increase in inflation for the second month in a row, but overall price pressures appeared to be less …

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Why Investors Should Rethink Inflation

In our era today, we understand that inflation reflects a general rise in prices that directly represents the value of money, but we still struggle with how it needs to be measured. The bright global investor knows that benchmarking investments, domestically or abroad, is a stupid way compared to a traditional consumer price index (CPI). CPI was never meant to …

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"Restrictive" US Policy Curbs Inflation By Reuters

© Reuters. FILEO PHOTO – St. Louis Fed President James Bullard speaks at a public lecture on "Slow Normalization or No Normalization" in Singapore By Howard Schneider (Reuters) – US Federal Reserve rate hike in December should have stimulated monetary policy James Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, said on Thursday. Bullard commented to reporters after …

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