It's a trend that's been spurred on by the pandemic.
Bringing the economy in for a "soft landing" — taming inflation without bringing on a recession — has proven difficult for the Fed in the past.
Fed chief Powell called the risk of a recession “not particularly elevated." But some economists think he’s overly optimistic.
Citing high inflation and the tight labor market, Fed Chair Jerome Powell announces the first rate hike since 2018.
They've been up and down like a bouncing ball for the past few months.
We talked with two people who were out of work in March 2020 about how the pandemic has affected their personal economies.
The core measure strips out food and energy prices, two of the biggest contributors to inflation today.
Oil goes into almost everything.
Rising inflation will change the calculus for some apparel wholesalers.
The services sector has been feeling the pinch of higher costs, particularly when it comes to wages.