The price of used vehicles is up 32% since January.
Everything that goes into a building project, from diesel fuel to plastics to gypsum for drywall, is getting more expensive.
The gains are largely expected to be a temporary blip rather than a reawakening of dormant inflation.
On Twitter, the White House Council of Economic Advisers says a coming uptick in inflation may not last.
A year into the pandemic, statisticians are recalibrating the algorithms and metrics that measure how healthy our economies are.
There’s how the government looks at inflation, and then there’s what inflation feels like for you and me.
Core inflation strips out food and energy prices, because they can be pretty volatile.
Demand for manufactured goods like automobiles and appliances is starting to create bottlenecks in production.
Inflation’s been hard to find in this economy for years, but what if that changes?