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There was little reaction to the nominally higher than expected reading for March’s CPI. Consumer prices climbed the most since 2012. The FRB Chair has emphatically stated such increases are ...

The question of whether inflation presents a credible threat to the comfortable status quo will be confronted on three different sectors in the coming days. First and most obvious is ...

Core consumer prices rose considerably more than expected in August, a rise principally due to a 5.4% surge in used car prices. Such an increase is unusual this early in the...

The indices fell anywhere between 1.50% and 2.0% reversing earlier gains. A Bloomberg headline read “The Volatility is about the Index, Not Single Stocks,” a verbiage that...

Treasuries rallied, the dollar and equities fell after data showing stalling retail sales and a benign PPI.  All added to speculation that the Federal Reserve will be in rush to raise interest rates this year.  Gold and oil advanced....

Is the narrative about to change about the strength of the economy and inflationary pressures?  June’s core CPI rose by 0.2% for the third consecutive month, a rise from increased shelter costs.  The core CPI is now up 2.3% from June 2015, matching the largest...

June’s PPI rose by 0.5%, more than the forecasted 0.3% gain and the largest increase since May 2015.  April prices rose by 0.4%.  For the 12 months prices are up 0.3%, the biggest year to year gain since December 2014....