The latest news on inflation
Ben Bernanke has pumped vast sums into the economy. What happens when he wants to reel it back in?
With consumer prices unchanged, there's one more reason to think the Fed might print more money
The media's coverage of the European debt crisis wrongly presents austerity in a negative light.
Paychecks and spending are barely budging, but inflation remains in check.
Growing global demand for meat, and the grains it requires, may be pulling food prices higher.
Arthur Okun's "Misery Index" should be watched more closely.
Americans are likely to see cost hikes on everything from cell phone bills to orange juice this year.
The Federal Reserve will do everything it takes to hit its targets.
Falling prices not widely forecast, but weak growth and government budget cuts have raised the odds.
The Federal Reserve changes the way it measures inflation.