In the US, consumer prices remained unchanged in January


According to the US Department of Labor, in January, just like in December, consumer prices in monthly terms remained in the country unchanged. Analysts had predicted their increase by 0.1%. In annual terms, prices in January amounted to 1.6%, slowing down by 1.9% compared with the December increase. According to experts, inflation was expected at the level of 1.5%. The indicator, which does not take into account the price of energy and food, rose by 0.2% in monthly terms and by 2.2% in annual terms. Compared to December, energy carriers fell by 3.1%. Prices also fell for gasoline and medical services. At the same time, the price of cars, rental housing, food and beverages increased.

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