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Inflation: Consumer prices rise 3.1% in January, defying forecasts for a faster slowdown

US consumer prices rose more than expected in January, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics released Tuesday morning. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 0.3% over the ... Read More

Inflation fell markedly in January but still higher than expected, latest data shows

Consumer prices ... Still, the falling inflation offered welcome news for the Federal Reserve as it weighs interest rate cuts Core inflation -- a closely watched measure that strips out volatile ... Read More

January Inflation Report Prices Are More Stubborn Than Expected

Consumer prices rose 3.1 percent in the year through January, only a slight moderation from the previous month. Excluding food and ... have begun to slow down in official inflation data, but ... Read More

'More optimistic': January CPI numbers show inflation still bugs consumers, but not as much

Inflation continues to vex the American consumer. Prices rose by 3.1% from January 2023 to January 2024, the Labor Department said Tuesday. But not all the news ... rising labor and food costs ... Read More

January inflation breakdown: Where are prices still rising the fastest?

Inflation rose faster than expected in January as an increase in the cost of rent and food kept prices ... it simply means that prices are rising more slowly. Consumers are still feeling the ... Read More

Inflation is cooling. So why are food prices, from steak to fast-food meals, still rising?

Rising food costs were one contributor to the hotter-than-expected inflation report on Tuesday, with food prices rising 0.4% in January ... news outlets including USA Today and Consumer Reports. Read More

January Inflation Report Alert: Prices Still Rising

Despite higher-than-expected inflation, stock markets remained largely unaffected, with the Dow Jones, Nasdaq, and S&P 500 Indices ignoring the news. Inflation for all items increased by 3.4% ... Read More

January consumer prices up more than expected: How much food costs increased

Consumer prices came in hotter than economists expected in January ... food companies to lower prices. Last month in South Carolina, President Joe Biden took aim at companies and prices ... Read More

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