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U.S. Inflation Broadly Cools In Encouraging Sign For Fed Officials

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The news came just hours before the Fed was to make an announcement on interest rates.

Fed's Favored Inflation Gauge Cools, Spending Unexpectedly Drops

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The report offers Fed officials some solace about the pathway for inflation.

Core CPI Cools For First Time In Six Months In Relief For Fed

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Economists see the core gauge as a better indicator of underlying inflation than the overall CPI.

Jobs Post Smallest Gain In Six Months As Unemployment Rises

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A new report signaled further evidence that demand for workers is moderating.

Labor Costs Rise By Most In Year In Sign Of Wage Pressures

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The index that measures wages and benefits increased 1.2%.

Fed's Preferred Core Inflation Gauge Rose At Brisk Pace In March

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Demand for workers is still healthy, supporting wage growth.

Retail Sales Top Forecasts As Consumers Keep Fueling Growth

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A new report points to plenty of momentum in consumer spending heading into the second quarter.

Fed's Preferred Inflation Metric Cools While Spending Rebounds

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Inflation-adjusted consumer spending exceeded all estimates.

Key Gauges Of U.S. Economy Advanced At Healthy Clip To End 2023

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Gross domestic product rose at an upwardly revised 3.4% annualized pace in the fourth quarter.

Immigration Is Fueling U.S. Economic Growth While Politicians Rage

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The nation's 32.5 million immigrant workers now account for roughly one in five US workers.

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