The latest news on inflation
The Fed sees slower growth and more inflation.
Core inflation has fallen from above 12 percent in 1980 to a bit above 2 percent today.
The recent spike may be a blip rather than a trend.
The rising price of the yellow metal is seen as a sign of future higher prices to some.
Higher oil prices are a sign of a global economic boom, not inflation.
The U.S. economy continues to surprise skeptics.
U.S. stocks, great since the '80s, still have plenty of upside.
Republicans and Democrats both agree that competition and markets have been critical.
A new study says former Fed chief deserves the blame—or credit—for the real-estate boom.