Inflation - News Headlines

UK wage growth dips but interest rate increase seen on track
July 17th, 2018  5:45 AM

Official figures show that wage growth in the U.K. moderated in the three months to May, a development that's unlikely to dislodge expectations that the Bank of England will raise interest rates next month

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Stocks drop as trade war heats up with new tariff threats
July 11th, 2018  12:23 PM

Global stocks are lower after the U.S. threatened to put import taxes on $200 billion in exports from China and Beijing said it will retaliate

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Stocks escape topsy-turvy 1st half with gains mostly intact
June 29th, 2018  4:59 PM

Stocks mostly rose over the first six months of 2018, but they had a tough making the gains.

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Eurozone consumer prices lifted by jump in energy costs
June 29th, 2018  7:07 AM

The inflation rate in the 19-country eurozone has risen further, but largely because of a global rise in oil prices

Eurozone consumer prices lifted by jump in energy costs
Czech central bank unexpectedly lifts key interest rate
June 27th, 2018  7:38 AM

The Czech Republic's central bank has unexpectedly raised its key interest rate by a quarter point to 1 percent to contain inflation, driven by gains in wages.

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AP FACT CHECK: Trump's skewed claims on immigration, economy
June 23rd, 2018  9:19 AM

AP FACT CHECK: Trump misleads on family separations and North Korea denuclearization, leaves false impression on economy and Russia probe

Donald Trump
Venezuela president boosts minimum wage as inflation soars
June 20th, 2018  8:09 PM

Venezuela's president says he is again raising the minimum wage, though it still will be below the equivalent of $2 a month as inflation soars in the crisis-stricken country

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Fed chair signals gradual rate hikes in tame inflation era
June 20th, 2018  10:46 AM

US Fed chairman Powell signals interest rate hikes will remain gradual in an era of tame inflation

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As a business, your costs are up. What about your prices?
June 19th, 2018  1:56 PM

As a business, your costs are up. What to consider before raising your prices

As a business, your costs are up. What about your prices?
Why many Americans aren't benefiting from robust US economy
June 16th, 2018  9:53 AM

Gas prices, tepid pay, student debt, housing costs leave many left out of a robust US economy

Why many Americans aren't benefiting from robust US economy
Europe, Fed moves show global shift away from cheap money
June 14th, 2018  2:11 PM

Two of the globe's most powerful central banks are gradually withdrawing the easy money policies that helped repair the damage of the Great Recession.

Europe, Fed moves show global shift away from cheap money
European, Fed moves show global shift away from cheap money
June 14th, 2018  12:24 PM

Two of the globe's most powerful central banks are gradually withdrawing the easy money policies that helped repair the damage of the Great Recession.

European, Fed moves show global shift away from cheap money
US retail sales boom in May, but inflation is lurking
June 14th, 2018  10:13 AM

US retail sales climb by the most in 6 months as American confidence grows, but can the pace be maintained?

US retail sales boom in May, but inflation is lurking
The Latest: European Central Bank says euro 'irreversible'
June 14th, 2018  9:31 AM

In a dig to populist politicians who question the euro, the head of the European Central Bank says the share currency is irreversible

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The Latest: ECB lifts inflation forecast as it ends stimulus
June 14th, 2018  8:51 AM

The European Central Bank has trimmed its forecast for economic growth this year but raised its predictions for inflation.

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Weak pay growth puzzles Fed chief, just like everyone else
June 14th, 2018  1:56 AM

Fed chief as puzzled as anyone else by lack of strong pay raises despite low unemployment

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Fed raises key rate and sees possible acceleration in hikes
June 13th, 2018  5:14 PM

Fed hikes key rate for second time this year and signals possible acceleration in future hikes

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The Latest: Businesses' trade concerns growing, Powell says
June 13th, 2018  3:11 PM

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says the Fed is hearing growing concerns from business executives about the Trump administration's trade policies, including anecdotal cases where companies have postponed larger purchases or new hires.

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The Latest: Fed signals 4 rate hikes this year, up from 3
June 13th, 2018  2:10 PM

Federal Reserve policymakers expect to raise their benchmark interest rate four times this year

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Producer prices up 0.5 pct from April, 3.1 pct in past year
June 13th, 2018  8:44 AM

US producer prices rise 0.5 percent from April, 3.1 percent over past year

Producer prices up 0.5 pct from April, 3.1 pct in past year

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