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Gas and groceries got more expensive in July, but the price of most other goods was down. The Federal Reserve may be able to bring inflation under con
Consumer prices rose 3.2% in July from a year ago, higher than the 3% gain seen in June — but it was largely due to math. Overall, inflation continu
Consumer prices rose 3.2% in July from a year ago, up slightly from the 3% annual rise see in June — but still within analyst expectations
The writers and actors strikes in Hollywood are affecting jobs across the U.S. The Motion Picture Association says film and TV productions employ more
Ahead of tomorrow's new inflation report, our Planet Money teams looks at three different scenarios for what could come next for the US economy.
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U.S. employers added 187,000 jobs in July, a slower but still solid pace of growth, suggesting the Federal Reserve may be able to curb inflation witho
U.S. employers added 187,000 jobs in July, still marking a steady pace of growth. The unemployment rate edged down to 3.5%.
NPR's Leila Faded talks to former Labor Secretary Robert Reich about the latest economic reports, and how "Bidenomics" coupled with Fed interest rate
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The U.S. is no longer rated at the top-notch AAA by Fitch. Here's what credit ratings are, and why they (mostly) matter.
Treasury officials say they've seen little fallout so far from the loss of the government's Triple-A bond rating. The Fitch rating agency downgraded g
Amazon laid off workers at its brick-and-mortar grocery stores last week — the latest sign of the e-commerce giant's struggles to stand out in the c
Florida's new strict immigration law threatens the state's economy and could hurt political ambitions for some GOP candidates. Vendors at a popular fl
Fitch cut the federal government's top rating, citing rising deficits and a steady deterioration in governance over the last two decades. The action d
Fitch Ratings cut the U.S.'s rating by one notch, moving it from the previous top-rated AAA to AA+, citing worsening governance as a key factor — ju