Rising prices for staples like food and gas was a key worry for respondents, along with concerns about COVID and political power.
The consumer price index rose 5.4% year over year, as consumers' inflation expectations hit a series high of 5.3%, the New York Fed said.
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The Consumer Price Index, if you take out food and energy, showed prices rising slightly. It climbed 0.2 percent, so year-over-year prices have climbed 2.2 percent. One of the reasons for the price hikes in November was rent. And you might not be happy to hear it, but it could well be another sign of […]
Price hikes by big brands haven't yet shown up in inflation numbers, but some of you are noticing them.