More Consumer Confidence Articles

  • Inflation flattens out in June, and some good news for consumers

    Consumer inflation held steady at 2.1 percent yearly in June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Tuesday morning.

  • June's jobs report removes one big concern about the recovery

    Employment growth accelerated in June, suggesting that the fragile economic recovery continues despite the reported sharp contraction in the first quarter.

  • Inflation surges in May

    Consumer prices increased quickly in May, in the latest sign that inflation is finally rising to normal levels after three years of disinflation and efforts by the Federal Reserve to ease the money supply and expand credit to reverse the trend. The Consumer Price Index rose to 2.1 percent for...



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