U.S. Consumer Prices Jump 0.4% in March
“The uptick in inflation, being largely driven by higher gas prices, is unlikely to worry investors or the Federal Reserve."
U.S. Consumer Prices Flat Amid Cheaper Gas
"The inflation picture is still fairly tame, certainly not heating up enough to push the Fed to a more aggressive stance."
Core Inflation Posts Annual Gain of 2.4% in July
The increase was the largest since September 2008 but economists see core inflation easing by the end of the year.
Consumer Prices Tick Up Again
The trend of steadily building inflation pressures could prompt the Federal Reserve to continue raising interest rates, analysts said.
U.S. Consumer Prices Edge up 0.2% in April
The steady rise in inflation may make it less likely that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates more aggressively.
U.S. Consumer Prices Rise 0.2% in February
After the CPI gained 0.5% in January, a 0.9% decline in gasoline prices helped keep inflation in check last month.
Core Consumer Prices Rise 0.1% in November
The continuing weakness in core CPI will "make the Fed deliberations about the pace of monetary policy tightening next year more complicated."
Gas Prices Drive 0.5% CPI Gain in September
The recent mini-surge in consumer prices may ease as oil refineries resume normal service after the disruptions of Hurricane Harvey.
US Consumer Prices Jump 0.4% in August
The gain in the CPI was the largest since January and may influence the Federal Reserve's decision-making next week on interest rates.
Consumer Prices Post Biggest Gain in 4 Years
January's 0.6% rise in the CPI and continued strength in retail sales "show the economy is starting the year off with a bang."
U.S. Consumer Prices Increase 0.2% in June
It was the fourth straight monthly gain but food prices dropped 0.3% and inflation remains low by historical standards.