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School lunch, eggs and airfare: Why inflation soared for 10 items in 2022

[ad_1] David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesInflation popped in 2022 to a level unseen in four decades.But prices ballooned more rapidly for certain items than others, largely concentrated among food, fuel and airfare.Some of those

Insana says the case is clear that inflation is over

[ad_1] NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JANUARY 12: Eggs are seen on a shelf at Pioneer Supermarkets on January 12, 2023 in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn borough in New York City. An outbreak of

If you want higher pay, your chances are better now than in 6 months, says expert: ‘Make your moves as soon as possible’

[ad_1] vitapix | E+ | Getty ImagesNew government jobs data shows the U.S. labor market is still strong, with a record low unemployment rate of 3.5%."The unemployment rate is the lowest in 50 years," President

Raphael Bostic says Fed needs to ‘stay the course’ despite lower wage gains

[ad_1] Atlanta Federal Reserve President Raphael Bostic said Friday that December's jobs report, with its slowdown in wage increases and better-than-expected employment growth, doesn't change his view on monetary policy.The central bank official said he

ADP jobs report December 2022:

[ad_1] A 'help wanted' sign is displayed in a window of a store in Manhattan on December 02, 2022 in New York City. Spencer Platt | Getty ImagesThe jobs market closed out 2022 on a high

Hong Kong stocks off to best start since 2018 on China recovery hopes

[ad_1] Shoppers walk through a street market in Hong Kong, China, on Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022. Photographer: Chan Long Hei/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesBloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesHong Kong stocks kicked off 2023 with the

An often-overlooked economic measure is signaling serious trouble ahead

[ad_1] Employees work at the BMW manufacturing plant in Greer, South Carolina, October 19, 2022.Bob Strong | ReutersThe economy sent a low-key signal Thursday that a recession is looming — and that the Federal Reserve

An often-overlooked economic measure is signaling serious trouble ahead

[ad_1] Employees work at the BMW manufacturing plant in Greer, South Carolina, October 19, 2022.Bob Strong | ReutersThe economy sent a low-key signal Thursday that a recession is looming — and that the Federal Reserve

What a record 8.7% Social Security cost-of-living adjustment could mean for taxes on benefits

[ad_1] Halfpoint | Istock | Getty ImagesRetirees who rely on Social Security benefits for income will get some relief from record high inflation when an 8.7% cost-of-living adjustment kicks in next year.But two factors —

What a record 8.7% Social Security cost-of-living adjustment could mean for taxes on benefits

[ad_1] Halfpoint | Istock | Getty ImagesRetirees who rely on Social Security benefits for income will get some relief from record high inflation when an 8.7% cost-of-living adjustment kicks in next year.But two factors —