Prices of many goods are dropping as demand slows and people stay at home more. But does this mean deflation is here to stay?
How prices of many basic goods and services change usually tells us a lot about where the economy is headed.
The latest producer price index was up 0.5% in January, mostly because of higher service costs, not more expensive goods.
When prices for an item swing wildly up and down, they can drastically skew inflation measurements. A new index aims to rectify that.
It's possible that prices aren't rising much because we don't expect prices to rise much.
With the lowest unemployment rate in 50 years, wages — and prices — should be rising faster than they are.
African swine fever has devastated the pig population in the country, where pork is a staple. It's not just food prices that are going up.
A single word can indicate the central bank’s attitude toward interest rates.