U.S. consumers saw an increase in prices in March, according to an article in the Wall Street Journal.
“The consumer-price index, which measures what Americans pay for household items such as bluejeans and services such as eye care, increased 0.41% in March from the prior month, the Labor Department said Wednesday,” according to the WSJ article. “Excluding the volatile food and energy categories, the so-called core prices rose just 0.15% from February.”
For more information, read the full Wall Street Journal article here.
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