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Airing on Friday, May 22, 2015: The nation’s poultry industry is facing an unprecedented avian flu epidemic.  Millions of birds have been slaughtered to try and contain the disease, which is causing an egg shortage. Next: consumer prices, as measured…

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Weekly Wrap: Inflation, the Federal Reserve and minimum wage

by Kai Ryssdal May 22, 2015
Leigh Gallagher and Sudeep Reddy join Kai Ryssdal to recap the week in business and finance.
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The U.S. is facing an egg-tastrophe

by Sally Herships May 22, 2015
The nation’s poultry industry is facing an unprecedented avian flu epidemic, which has led to a shortage.

States take back some economic incentives

by Gigi Douban May 22, 2015
Businesses that don't make good on promised jobs are seeing their benefits suspended.

Why the CPI doesn't figure in the Fed's calculations

by Tim Fitzsimons May 22, 2015
Consumer prices ticked up just a 10th of a percent last month, the Labor Department reports.

Airing on Friday, May 22, 2015: The nation’s poultry industry is facing an unprecedented avian flu epidemic.  Millions of birds have been slaughtered to try and contain the disease, which is causing an egg shortage. Next: consumer prices, as measured by the Labor Department, ticked up 0.1 percent last month — a bit more if you discount big swings in food and energy costs. We look at why some things get removed from the “core” rate and why the Federal Reserve, for example, uses a different measure when trying to assess inflation.

 

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