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  1. The spread of the coronavirus disease  (COVID-19) in New York

    US consumer prices unchanged in October

    U.S. consumer prices were unexpectedly unchanged in October as moderate gains in the cost of food were offset by cheaper gasoline amid slack in ...
  2. Prices are seen on bracelets in a shop in New York City

    US producer prices accelerate, but overall inflation trending softer

    U.S. producer prices increased more than expected in September amid a surge in the cost of hotel and motel accommodation, leading to the first ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Brandon Parrum, general manager of CarMax's Des Moines store, walks past vehicles

    Used vehicles lift US consumer prices, but inflation slowing

    U.S. consumer prices increased for a fourth straight month in September, with the cost of cars and trucks rising by the most since 1969, though ...
  4. People shop at Macy's Department store in New York

    US producer prices beat expectations in August

    U.S. producer prices rose a bit more than expected in August as the cost of services increased solidly, while underlying producer inflation ...
  5. The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Beverly Hills

    US consumer spending rises strongly; outlook uncertain as fiscal stimulus fades

    U.S. consumer spending increased more than expected in July, boosting expectations for a sharp rebound in economic growth in the third quarter, ...
  6. Workers prepare free food for distribution at the Chelsea Collaborative in Chelsea

    US producer prices rebound in July; trend remains weak amid fragile demand

    U.S. producer prices increased by the most in more than 1-1/2 years in July, but the overall trend in producer inflation remained subdued amid ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Destiny USA mall reopens as COVID-19 restrictions are eased

    Gasoline boosts US inflation; escalating COVID-19 cases seen suppressing demand

    U.S. consumer prices rebounded by the most in nearly eight years in June, but a resurgence in new COVID-19 cases after the reopening of businesses ...
  8. Workers prepare free food for distribution at the Chelsea Collaborative in Chelsea

    US producer prices unexpectedly fall; underlying inflation stabilising

    US producer prices unexpectedly fell in June as rising costs for energy goods were offset by weakness in services, pointing to subdued inflation ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: Retail shops in Brooklyn as phase one reopening continues duing outbreak of the coronav

    US consumer spending rebounds, falling income a threat

    U.S. consumer spending rebounded sharply in May, but the gains are not likely to be sustainable, with income dropping and expected to decline ...