Inflation - News Headlines

Correction: Job Market-Workers Come Off the Sidelines story
March 13th, 2019  3:36 PM

Correction: Job Market-Workers Come Off the Sidelines story

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Powell says Fed taking 'wait-and-see' approach on rate hikes
March 8th, 2019  11:32 PM

Fed Chairman Powell says healthy economy allow the Fed to be patient on rate hikes

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Correction: Job Market-Workers Come Off the Sidelines story
March 8th, 2019  4:12 PM

Correction: Job Market-Workers Come Off the Sidelines story

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As prices soar, Turkey's Erdogan woos voters with cheap veg
February 22nd, 2019  6:17 AM

As local elections loom, the government of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has set up temporary stalls offering cut-price vegetables to families struggling with soaring inflation.

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US says airfares hit new lows after factoring inflation
February 21st, 2019  2:53 PM

Airfares within the US hit their lowest level since the government started keeping track in 1995, after adjusting for inflation

US says airfares hit new lows after factoring inflation
Minutes show Fed officials noted number of rising threats
February 20th, 2019  5:55 PM

Fed policymakers last month noted increased threats to U.S. economy and opted for patience

Jerome Powell
US wholesale prices dip 0.1 percent in January
February 14th, 2019  8:55 AM

US wholesale prices down 0.1 percent in January, second decline, as inflation remains docile

US wholesale prices dip 0.1 percent in January
US consumer prices flat in January
February 13th, 2019  9:43 AM

US consumer prices rose a slight 1.6 percent from a year ago; lower gasoline prices offset higher housing costs

US consumer prices flat in January
UK inflation below official target for first time in 2 years
February 13th, 2019  5:18 AM

Official figures show that consumer price inflation in Britain has fallen below the Bank of England's target of 2 percent for the first time in two years

UK inflation below official target for first time in 2 years
India's central bank surprises with cut in key lending rate
February 7th, 2019  4:42 AM

India's central bank surprises with cut in key lending rate, to 6.25 percent

India's central bank surprises with cut in key lending rate
India's central bank lowers key lending rate to 6.25 percent
February 7th, 2019  3:20 AM

India's central bank has lowered its key interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point to 6.25 percent, a step that is expected to boost the country's economy with a decline in retail inflation rate.

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Inflation is weak in Europe, another potential warning sign
February 1st, 2019  6:07 AM

Inflation in the 19-country eurozone eased in January, a potential sign that of economic weakness for a region beset by multiple challenges, from Brexit to disputes in international trade

Inflation is weak in Europe, another potential warning sign
Fed sees low rates well into future and excites Wall Street
January 30th, 2019  6:03 PM

Federal Reserve keeps key rate unchanged and pledges to be 'patient' toward future hikes

Jerome Powell
Fed keeps key rate unchanged and pledges to be 'patient'
January 30th, 2019  4:18 PM

Federal Reserve keeps key rate unchanged and pledges to be 'patient' toward future hikes

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The Latest: Powell wants to see inflation before rate hike
January 30th, 2019  3:17 PM

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell says that he would need to see a jump in inflation in order to raise a benchmark interest rate

The Latest:  Powell wants to see inflation before rate hike
Fed likely to send reassuring note of patience on rate hikes
January 28th, 2019  1:51 PM

Fed likely to leave rates unchanged this week while emphasizing patience for future hikes

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European Central Bank holds firm despite weaker growth
January 24th, 2019  7:52 AM

The European Central Bank has kept its key interest rates and future policy views unchanged despite the worries about Brexit and trade wars stalking the eurozone and global economy

European Central Bank holds firm despite weaker growth
UK inflation falls to near two-year lows
January 16th, 2019  5:12 AM

Inflation in Britain has fallen to its lowest level in nearly two years, providing households some relief at a time of acute Brexit uncertainty

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Argentina says 2018 inflation hits 47.6 percent
January 15th, 2019  2:49 PM

Argentina says that consumer prices rose 47.6 percent in 2018, the highest rate since 1991

Argentina says 2018 inflation hits 47.6 percent
US wholesale prices fell 0.2 percent in December
January 15th, 2019  9:20 AM

US wholesale prices fell 0.2 percent in December, suggesting inflation remains muted

Jim Minott

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