INFLATION

INFLATION

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  1. John Williams, CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, speaks at an event in New York

    NY Fed's Williams says central bank can avert 'downward trend' in inflation expectations

    U.S. central bank officials need to hold themselves accountable and boost communication of their strategy as they grapple with the challenge of ...
  2. Swine fever has ravaged China's pig herd and caused the price of pork to double over the past

    China inflation flattens as surge in pork prices slows

    Chinese consumer inflation stabilised at an eight-year high in December, data showed Thursday, as the rise in the cost of pork slowed after ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: A vendor is seen in her store at a supermarket in downtown Beijing

    China to keep same inflation target in 2020 despite food price spike: Sources

    China plans to keep its inflation target at around 3per cent in 2020, unchanged from last year, policy sources said, confounding speculation it ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Customers shop during Black Friday sales at a Target store in Chicago

    Gasoline, rents lift US consumer inflation in November

    U.S. consumer prices increased solidly in November, which together with labor market strength could support the Federal Reserve's intention to ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: A screen displays the U.S. Federal Reserve interest rates announcement as traders work

    'Symmetric,' now a Fedspeak staple, may point to endgame for US framework debate

    After 14 conferences, a couple dozen research papers and presentations and some very dense math, the Federal Reserve's hunt for a better way to ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: People Shop in Walmart in King of Prussia Pennsylvania on Black Friday

    US consumer inflation expectations rebound from five-year low: NY Fed

    U.S. consumers' inflation expectations rose slightly in November, bringing the outlook for near and medium-term inflation up from a five-year low ...
  7. Federal Reserve Board Governor Lael Brainard speaks at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at

    Fed's Brainard calls for 'flexible' average inflation target

    The Federal Reserve should move from a strict 2per cent inflation target to a broad, "flexible" promise that it would average that level over ...