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US producer prices up 0.6% in July, biggest jump since 2018

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

US producer prices up 0.6% in July, biggest jump since 2018

"Wholesale prices post their biggest gain in nearly two years the labor department says the producer price index jumped six tenths of a point last month its biggest gain since October twenty eighteen the increase is about double what economists were expecting energy prices were up five percent in July while gasoline prices surged ten percent higher excluding the volatile food and energy prices core consumer prices rose a half a percent last month over the past year producer prices in core prices have been down as inflation has been held in check by the recession caused by the corona virus outbreak might help in Washington

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Consumer prices slump as virus suppresses spending

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Consumer prices slump as virus suppresses spending

"The labor department report shows consumer prices fell four tenths of a percent in March the largest decline in five years energy costs slid five point eight percent with gasoline prices falling ten and a half the corona virus pandemic has hit the travel industry particularly hard and the report shows airfares plunged twelve point six percent well hotel and motel prices dropped six point eight compared with the year ago consumer prices are up a modest one point five percent in core inflation which excludes the volatile food and energy categories has risen two point one percent Ben Thomas Washington

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US consumer prices edge up just 0.1% in January, weighed down by falling gasoline prices

Mike Gallagher

00:26 sec | 10 months ago

US consumer prices edge up just 0.1% in January, weighed down by falling gasoline prices

"U. S. consumer prices rose modestly last month weighed down by falling gasoline prices the labor department says its consumer price index inched up zero point one percent in January after rising zero point two percent in December over the past year consumer inflation is up two and a half percent excluding volatile food and energy prices the so called core consumer inflation rose zero point two percent in January and two point three percent over the

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Wholesale Prices Increased Only Slightly in June

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Wholesale Prices Increased Only Slightly in June

"Producer prices rose modestly in June the labor department says its producer price index which measures inflation before it reaches consumers rose point one percent last month which is the same as the increase in may wholesale prices rose one point seven percent from June of twenty eighteen excluding volatile food and energy prices wholesale inflation rose point three percent last month for may and two point three percent from a year earlier inflation's remain tame throughout the record ten year economic expansion even as the unemployment rates drop to a very low three point seven

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PPI report shows U.S. wholesale prices rising 0.1% in June

Mike Gallagher

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

PPI report shows U.S. wholesale prices rising 0.1% in June

"There's word that producer prices barely budged in June the labor department says as producer price index rose zero point one percent last month same is the increase in may wholesale prices rose one point seven percent from June two thousand eighteen eliminate volatile food and energy prices on wholesale inflation rose zero point three percent last month for may and two point three percent from a year earlier inflation is maintained throughout the record ten year economic expansion even as the unemployment rate has dropped to a very low three point

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U.S. consumer prices edge 0.1% upward in June

Steve and Ted

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. consumer prices edge 0.1% upward in June

"The U. S. consumer prices rose just one tenth of percent in June as cheaper gasoline prices were offset by higher rents an auto costs the labor department said today that the consumer index increased one point six percent in June from a year earlier that is down from a one point eight percent in may and the second straight drop excluding the volatile food and energy prices core inflation rose three tenths percent biggest increase in eighteen months it rose two point one percent over a from a year ago inflation has been pretty much muted through the ten year expansion now the longest on record even as the unemployment rate is roughly three point seven percent near the lowest in five decades so inflation is just not there it seems like there's plenty of jobs to go around there are some some good news they today about the economy to

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U.S. consumer prices barely rise; underlying inflation muted

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. consumer prices barely rise; underlying inflation muted

"A gallon. The governor says nothing to see here as far as inflation is concerned, officially virtually non-existent consumer prices increases, slight point one percent in the month of may as was temper lower. They say by cause for gas electricity and used cars Labor Department says the consumer price index rose one point eight percent over the past year and taking out the volatile food and energy categories so called core prices rose point one percent in may and two percent compared to a year

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U.S. Producer Prices Surged in October

24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. Producer Prices Surged in October

"US wholesale prices rose by the most in six years last month, led higher by more expensive, gas, food and chemicals. The Labor Department says the producer price index which measures price increases before they reach the consumer group point six percents in October after a smaller point two percent rise in September producer prices increased two point nine percent from a year earlier, excluding the volatile food and energy categories core wholesale prices rose point five percents in October and two point six percent from a year earlier, the spite last month's increase the figures suggest inflation pressures are

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U.S. Producer Prices Surged in October

27 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. Producer Prices Surged in October

"US wholesale prices rose by the most in six years last month, led higher by more expensive, gas, food and chemicals. The Labor Department says the producer price index which measures price increases before they reach the consumer group point six percents in October after a smaller point two percent rise in September producer prices increased two point nine percent from year earlier, excluding the volatile food and energy categories core wholesale prices rose point five percent, October and two point six percent from

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U.S. import prices, surveys point to moderate inflation

24 Hour News

01:27 min | 2 years ago

U.S. import prices, surveys point to moderate inflation

"Spinal cord injuries and they're standing by their claims criticizing the legal action to make them stop the court filings though say some patients suffered adverse effects like infections and one retinal detachment occurred after i in jackson's i'm jacky quin higher gas prices helped lift us consumer prices a modest point two percent in april the labor department says the consumer price index rose two point five percent in april from a year earlier which was the biggest annual gain in fourteen months excluding the volatile food and energy categories however core prices ticked up just point one percent in april inflation's increased steadily since last summer but core prices have risen more slowly slower growth in core prices could make it less likely the federal reserve will accelerate its interest rate increases the fed signaled the likely lift rates twice more this year welcome to total wine and more i challenge you to wine tasting showdown maybe we should just explore some wine if you can't blow me away with the wind you must admit defeat this is how this world and always the lowest price let's get this cockfield explore eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers like delicious wines that now come in canes or shop online at totalwine dot com total wine and more the selection is ridiculous.

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Adam Schiff says there is still "significant evidence" of collusion

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 2 years ago

Adam Schiff says there is still "significant evidence" of collusion

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer president. Donald Trump's cabinet is undergoing yet another shakeup secretary of State. Rex Tillerson's been ousted NPR's Scott Horsely reports Tillerson reportedly received a phone call from the president today. Several hours after Trump announced on Twitter, he'd fired Tillerson. The White House insists Tillerson was not blindsided by the tweet, but had in fact been warned over the weekend that the change was coming. A State Department official who offered a different account has liked Tillerson been shown the door Trump has chosen CIA director, Mike Pompeo to replace Tillerson. The outgoing secretary sounded emotional. As he told reporters, he'll work to ensure a smooth transition. All of us we know want to leave this place is a better place for the next generation. Tillerson thank the career diplomats at the State Department as well as members of the military. The former Exxon Mobil CEO says he'll return to private life proud of the opportunity. He's had to serve Scott Horsely. NPR news, Washington. A federal appeals court is allowing most of taxes, law, cracking down on sanctuary cities to take affect as mad largely of member station K UT in Austin reports, parts of the law of been on hold amid a court challenge the law known as Senate Bill four was passed last year. It allows police to question people. They've detained about their immigration status. It also allows the state to punish local officials if they do not comply with requests from federal immigration authorities that could even include jail time for those who don't cooperate. The law was challenged by a coalition of civil rights groups and cities, including Austin, Dallas and Houston. They argued the law was unconstitutional. The appeals court largely rejected their arguments and are letting the vast majority of the law be enforced for NPR news. I met largely in Austin, Democrats on the house intelligence committee are strongly disagreeing with their Republican counterparts over a draft report released yesterday, Republicans on the panel saying they did not see any evidence of collusion or coordination between members of Donald Trump's presidency. Campaign and Russia. But California Democrat Adam Schiff dismiss that from a very early point in the investigation, the chairman made the decision that his mission was not to find out what Russia did not to determine the role of US persons, but rather to endeavor to distract the public to put the government on. Trial shift says he believes their significant evidence in the case. And he says, Democrats are writing their own report house. Probe is separate from an investigation being carried out by special counsel. Robert Muller prices at the consumer level, took a modest bump up last month though inflation appears to be relatively reigned in Labor Department reporting today. It's consumer price. Index rose, two tenths of a percent in February CoR prices, stripping out volatile, food and energy were also up two tenths of a percent down day for Wall Street. The Dow dropped one hundred and seventy one points to twenty five thousand seven. The NASDAQ closed down seventy seven points at seventy five. Eleven the S and P five hundred was down seventeen points today you're listening to NPR. Britain says, President Trump as a short, the country's prime minister. The US is quote with the UK all the way in terms of calling on Russia to provide clear answers about the nerve agent poisoning of a former spy May's office saying the president and the British leaders spoke by phone today. Downing Street says, prime minister, three Somme reiterated Britain's viewed. It was highly likely that Russia was responsible for the attack against surge and Yulia script. How Russia for its part is dismissed its connection to the incident and says, it will not meet a British deadline to provide answers unless the UK share samples of the nerve agent vice media founder. Sean Smith is stepping aside is CEO. He'll be replaced by veteran broadcast executive seminars. David Folkenflik reports Smith's announcement follows the dismissal of several executives from his conduct toward women. Brash profane and ambitious sheen Smith has been a strutting symbol at his company which arose has an underground Canadian cultural magazine and is now a digital powerhouse without posts on TV as well. Now Smith is somewhat chasing. Nd he acknowledged late last year that the company had failed female employees and several executives were fired. After allegations of sexual harassment emerged financial questions roses. Well, vice investors include Disney Hearst and Rupert Murdoch's twenty Century Fox, but vice medium missed its financial goals last year by a lot. Now, Smith will be executive chairman. The new CEO is an executive from Andy networks, Nancy Dubuc, David Folkenflik, NPR news, New York critic, futures prices lost ground today. Benchmark crude was down sixty five cents a barrel to end the session at sixty seventy one a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. I'm Jack Speer NPR news in Washington.

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"volatile food" Discussed on Talk 1300 AM

Talk 1300 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on Talk 1300 AM

"In the you know it's it's not a frothy market in my opinion jp morgan chase black rock in wells fargo all reported better than expected quarterly results yesterday s and p500 profits in this earnings season now expected to have risen 112 in the 4th quarter of last year in all eleven of the s and p500 sectors are expected by many to post increases in both earnings and revenue so folks this would be the first time since 2011 that all sectors in the s and p500 posted sales and profit growth for the same quarter we're very early into the earnings reporting season it just basically started yesterday yesterday in it's going to ramp up as we as we go over the next couple of weeks but as many have reported in its many the most important dynamic in my opinion to focus on in this market is growth yep there will be some risks to this rally more importantly going forward looking ahead there is really broad economic growth both here in overseas in recent data have suggested to me any way that the use economy is picking up steam the labor department said that its consumer price index excluding the volatile food and energy sectors gain to three tenths of one percent last month biggest advance in the core sepia cpr which is that it is in twelve months so a pretty good labor department report the s and p500 the nasdaq both registered their age record closings out of the last nine trading days in 2018 the dow hit it six closing record high of the year already in herod here is the 13th of january the fact that all the big money center banks beat on the bottom line yesterday it's a pretty good omen that for the rest of the earnings season in fact the economy is going okay inflation is kind of a non existent right now wage growth is not an issue so we continue to move higher in the stock market and you enjoy the ride to the the.

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"volatile food" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on AP News

"Cbs and streaming service offering an additional viewing opportunity for people who aren't around a television set at dinner time it's emblematic of a generational shift to a forty two yearold anchor and a bid to make the evening news available for people to see on as many screens as possible glories youthful like abc's david muir is at the top of the evening news ratings meant has the chance for a long tenure in the role japan says its core inflation rate rose point eight percent in october a slight increase from the month before the country's jobless rate remain steady at a very low two point eight percent the information as indications of a stable recovery so the rate of price increases is well below the two percent official target inflation excluding volatile food praises an energy was only point two percent suggesting much of the increase in prices was related to energy costs electricity rates jumped eight percent and the price of kerosene used to heat many homes climbed twenty one percent household incomes rose nearly three percent in october from a year earlier while spending was flat japan's academies picked up in recent months largely links to revive demand for exports across the region you can add another award i am de page of billy dee williams a p entertainment correspondent margins are a letter reports they'll be honoured early next year for his work in fail the american black film festival will present billy dee williams with its hollywood legacy award the organization says the award is given to an artist who has inspired generations and made an enduring contribution to film and television williams is known for playing lando cal risean in two of the original star wars movies and district attorney harvey denton batman he also appeared in the tv show dynasty williams will get his award february 25th outside los angeles a marches are letter.

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"volatile food" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on AP News

"A new european satellite show the levels and distribution of air pollutants around the world the satellite sentinel five p can map levels of nitrogen dioxide methane carbon monoxide and other pollutants that can be hazardous to human health or contribute to global warming the european space agency says the images show high concentrations of nitrogen dioxide in parts of europe on november the 22nd nitrogen dioxide is mainly caused by vehicle emissions and in industrial processes another amid shows high levels of carbon monoxide commonly produced by fires in asia africa and south america a series of images also shows sulfur dioxide ash and smoke from the mount agung volcano in bali last month japan's its core inflation rate rose point eight percent in october a slight increase from the month before the country's jobless rate remained steady at a very low two point eight percent the information as the indications of a stable recovery though the rate of price increases is well below the two percent official target inflation excluding volatile food praises an energy was only point two percent in suggesting much of the increase in prices was related to energy costs electricity rates jumped eight percent in the price of kerosene used to heat many homes climbed twenty one percent household incomes rose nearly three percent in october from a year earlier while spending was flat japan's economies picked up in recent months largely links to revive demand for exports across the region grizzly bears are doing okay in yellowstone there are an estimated seven hundred eighteen bears in the yellowstone region that includes portions of wyoming montana and idaho according to the interagency grizzly bear study team that's up slightly from last year but overall the bear population has been at a stable level since the early 2000s the us fish and wildlife service.

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"volatile food" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on AP News

"To the ap anonymously say trump's soninlaw jared kushner and former deputy national security adviser kt mcfarland are the very senior as senior transition officials identified in court papers following former national security advisor michael flynn's guilty plea to lying to the fbi about his ties to the russians the ap's eric tucker report guilty plead does not say that it was a crime to have communicated with the russian ambassador to have asked him about sanctions to have discussed the un resolution on israeli settlements none of that by itself as a crime what is a crime is line the fbi senate republican leaders say they have the votes needed to pass a tax overhaul supporters say it will benefit millions but some including undergraduate and graduate students our concern the taxing scholarships and fellowships would drive them out of school hit wealth you uh a you know self selections to be for more wealthy people going to graduate school are two maguire japan says its core inflation rate rose point eight percent in october a slight increase from the month before the country's jobless rate remain steady at a very low two point eight percent the information as the indications of a stable recovery though the rate of price increases is well below the two percent official target inflation excluding volatile food praises an energy was only point two percent in suggesting much of the increase in prices was related to energy costs electricity rates jumped eight percent and the price of kerosene used to heat many homes climbed twenty one percent household incomes rose nearly three percent in october from a year earlier while spending was flat japan's economies picked up in recent months largely links to revived.

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"volatile food" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on AP News

"To the ap anonymously say trump's soninlaw jared kushner and former deputy national security adviser kt mcfarland are the very senior as senior transition officials identified in court papers following former national security advisor michael flynn's guilty plea to lying to the fbi about his ties to the russians the ap's eric tucker report guilty plea is not say that it was a crime to have communicated with the russian ambassador to have asked him about sanctions to have discussed the un resolution on israeli settlements none of that by itself as a crime what is a crime is line the fbi senate republican leaders say they have the votes needed to pass a tax overhaul supporters say it will benefit millions but some including undergraduate and graduate students are concerned the taxing scholarships and fellowships would drive them out school it will skew you know self selections to be for more wealthy people going to graduate school are to mcguire japan says his core inflation rate rose point eight percent in october a slight increase from the month before the country's jobless rate remain steady at a very low two point eight percent the information as the indications of a stable recovery though the rate of price increases is well below the two percent official target inflation excluding volatile food praises an energy was only point two percent and suggesting much of the increase in prices was related to energy costs electricity rates jumped eight percent and the price of kerosene used to heat many homes climbed twenty one percent household incomes rose nearly three percent in october from a year earlier while spending was flat japan's economies picked up in recent months largely links to revive five demand for exports across the region a pair of critically endangered tiger cubs have been born at the jacksonville zoo and florida the sumatran tiger cubs were born november 20th they're the second litter four the six year old mother and sixteen yearold father they're all part of a worldwide sumatran tiger species management programme dedicated to maintaining a healthy population there are around four hundred sumatran tigers in the wild the cubs won't be seen in public for several months but alive video feed of their nestboxes available in the tiger viewing building they don't have names yet however a donor has bought the naming rights four one cup this cbs evening.

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"volatile food" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on AP News

"Members of president trump's transition team speaking to the ap anonymously say trump's soninlaw jared kushner and former deputy national security adviser kt mcfarland are the very senior as senior transition officials identified in court papers following former national security advisor michael flynn's guilty plea to lying to the fbi about his ties to the russians the ap's eric tucker report guilty pleats is not say that it was a crime to have communicated with the russian ambassador to have asked him about sanctions to have discussed the un resolution on israeli settlements none of that by itself as a crime what is a crime is line the fbi senate republican leaders say they have the votes needed to pass a tax overhaul supporters say it will benefit millions but some including undergraduate and graduate students are concerned the taxing scholarships and fellowship ships would drive them out of school it will skew you know self selection to be for more wealthy people going to graduate school are to maguire japan says his core inflation rate rose point eight percent in october a slight increase from the month before the country's jobless rate remained steady at a very low two point eight percent the information as the indications of a stable recovery though the rate of price increases is well below the two percent official target inflation excluding volatile food praises an energy was only point two percent in suggesting much of the increase in prices was related to energy costs electricity rates jumped eight percent and the price of kerosene used to heat many homes climbed twenty one percent household incomes rose nearly three percent in october from a year earlier while spending was flat japan's economies picked up in recent months large joly links to revive demand for exports across the region uh first of its kind trash that looks for mutations in hundreds of cancer genes at once has been given.

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"volatile food" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The bell stock report wbz financial editor dave caruso of coastal capital's here it's a busy day david so let's start with the consumer inflation the cpi was up one tenth of a percent that was pretty much in line if you take out the volatile food and energy the core number was actually up twotenths of a percent so that's also pretty solid retail sales rose two tenths of a percent all pretty much in line as well a uh which up about one point eight percent for the year so that is a nice to see that growth is well empire state manufacturing index and actually fell ten point eight points from about nineteen point four level so little bit of a disappointment there in of moving up from a threeyear high that it had 10 o'clock this morning we also get been business inventories coming up and stock is let's going on there we have a lot of big investors are doing some buying and selling this warning george soros he's apparently selling twitter facebook apple and snap and warren buffett is actually a selling his ibm and buying apple also target though they had some pretty good earnings this morning although they did warn a little bit with holiday season coming up also more talk on wall street that amazon nut could be moving into the drug business so we've got amazon optus warning and cvs down just a little bit home depot's taking a lot of market share from sears as well with all of these home improvements as a result of the hurricane antler thanks and guess what jeez been under a lot of pressure recently and for the first time now there's no longer the largest industrial firm of the usa as well and look at the futures right now not so good looks like a very we doubt triple digits to get started most of the major average down as well as oil down in the worry medals like gold and silver they're up a little bit this morning i dave cbs friday for the reagan family fighting for justice we have a goal to put an end of blood on these streets protecting vienna set of which is supposed to sit back and allow a young boy to get a boost on omar watching and keeping their cities save my job is to get a dangerous killer off the streets little ones on the frontlines he is.

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"volatile food" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"August was modestly below the median except for whimsy participants estimates of its longerrun normal level participation in the labour force his changed little both recently and over the past four years given the underlying dan we trained in participation stemming largely from the aging of the us population a real quick to flee steady participation rate is a further sign of improving conditions in the labour market we expect that the job market will strengthen somewhat further turning to inflation the 12month change in the price index for personal consumption expenditures was one point four percent in july down noticeably from earlier in the year corey inflation which excludes the volatile food and energy categories has also moved lower for quite some time inflation is running below the committee's two percent longer ruined objective however we believe this year's shortfall in inflation primarily reflects developments could large we unrelated to broader economic conditions for example one with free duck reductions earlier this year and certain categories of prices such wireless telephone services are currently holding down inflation but these affect should be transitory such developments should not uncommon and as long as inflation expectations remain reasonably well anchored or not of great concern from a policy perspective because they're fix fade away similar lease the recent hurricanerelated related increases in gasoline prices will likely boost inflation but only temporarily more broadly with employment near assessments of its maximum sustainable level in the labor market continuing to strengthen the committee continues to expect inflation to move up and stabilise aram two percent over the next couple of years in line with third longerrun objective nonetheless our understanding of the forces driving inflation is in perfect and in light of the unexpected lower inflation readings this year the committee is monitoring inflation developments closely as always the committee is prepared to reach us monetary policy as needed to retrieve its inflation and employment objectives over the medium term let me turn to the.

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"volatile food" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To the great lakes dragway and union grove wisconsin around seven pm after receiving reports about shots being fired two of the men died at the scene and the third died while being transported to a hospital several thousand people were at the track of the time which was evacuated no motive has yet been determined this is npr news despite an improving economy inflation remains stubbornly low steve bucknor says that is causing federal reserve policymakers to take a cautious approach to raising interest rates again the fed feels it has largely achieved its maximum employment goal but although low unemployment was expected to cause wage price per here's the fed is failed to hit its twopercent inflation target in july for the fourth straight month the consumer price index rose less than expected the cpi is up one point seven percent from a year ago even excluding volatile food and energy the fed is expected to start shrinking its balance sheet next month but low inflation may delay further interest rate hikes dallas federal reserve bank president robert kaplan once more evidence inflation is rising and says he is willing to be patient until he sees it for npr news i'm steve bucknor hot and dry weather stoked another round of wildfires burning across southern europe on on sunday as firefighters in greece portugal and the french island of corsica struggled to corral the flames rica thority say fires that broke out across the country over the weekend have stretched firefighting capabilities to the limit the latest boys started sunday afternoon and a plane for us and this damaged up to twenty homes in a town north of athens at the weekend box office the horror sequel and the bill creation opened in first place christopher nolan's dunkirk followed and second the animated sequel nutjob two nutty by nature opened in third place the dark tower slid to fourth i'm jim hawk npr news in washington support for npr comes from a nada creators of the japanese made dream wave massage chair with shiite soup point detection.

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"volatile food" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on WDRC

"Two percent inflation which means you have to increase your income over that period of time by two percent a year the stage even if you increased your annual income by two percent a year over thirty six years and inflation was two percent you would be even so even at the level of two percent inflation does a road the purchasing power of your money so we'll keep an eye on inflation along with the federal reserve because it's a really really important factor in the investment equation but as of right now were based on what we're looking at were just not seeing we're not seeing an acceleration in the very low rate of inflation by the way that's one of the reasons you're looking at the interest rate you're looking at because there are investors out there that are very sceptical as to whether inflation will increase that does not explain a 10year treasury yielding two point two percent that can only be explained by the fact that the federal reserve has purchased trillions of dollars of bonds placed them on their balance sheet collecting the interest but taking them out of the market dutch the impart portent part they've taken trillions of dollars oh treasury and agents who securities out of the open market and placed them in the federal reserve wall and that has been a big factor in holding down rates because of the demand that was created by the purchase of the securities and then subsequently the removal of those securities from the marketplace it's a supply demand issue as much as anything else but the low inflation certainly does play into it as far as the consumer price index which is the one most of his care about a lot because that's the one we we pay for that only edged up one tenth of one percent in the month of july and the core consumer price index which again excludes the volatile food and energy sectors that only increased onetenth.

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"volatile food" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Two percent inflation which means you have to increase your income over that period of time by two percent a year to stay even if you increased your annual income by two percent a year over thirty six years and inflation was two percent you would be even so even at the level of two percent inflation does a road the purchasing power of your money so we'll keep an eye on inflation along with the federal reserve because it's a really really important factor in the investment equation but as of right now were based on what we're looking at were just not seeing we're not seeing an acceleration in the very low rate of inflation by the way that's one of the reasons you're looking at the interest rate you're looking at because there are investors out there that are very sceptical as to whether inflation will increase that does not explain a 10year treasury yielding two point two percent that can only be explained by the fact that the federal reserve has purchased trillions of dollars of bonds placed them on their balance sheet collecting the interest but taking them out of the market that's the impart portent part they've taken trillions of dollars oh treasury an agency securities out of the open market in place them in the federal reserve wall and that has been a big factor in holding down rates because of the demand that was created by the purchase of the securities and then subsequently the removal of those securities from the marketplace it's a supply demand issue as much as anything else but the low inflation certainly does play into it as far as the consumer price index which is the one most of his care about a lot because that's the one we we pay for that only edged up one tenth of one percent in the month of july and the core consumer price index which again excludes the volatile food and energy sectors that only increased.

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"volatile food" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"volatile food" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Some texas democrats have called it a rape insurance bill the republicans supporting the legislation argue premiums paid to a health insurance company could potentially go to covering an abortion for someone else whether the person pain the premiums approves of it or not from pr news i'm actually lopez in austin spotted improving conomy inflation remains low and steve bergner suzettes causing fed policymakers to take a cautious approached raising interest rates the fed feels that has largely achieved its maximum employment goal but although low unemployment was expected to cause wageprice pressures the fed has failed to heed its two percent inflation target in july for the fourth straight month the consumer price index rose less than expected the cpi is up one point seven percent from a year ago even excluding volatile food and energy the fed is expected to start shrinking its balance sheet next month but low inflation may delay further interest rate hikes dallas federal reserve bank president robert kaplan once more evidence inflation is rising and says he is willing to be patient until he sees it for npr news i'm steve bucknor and this is npr news iran's parliament is responding to the new sanctions the usimposed earlier this month iranian lawmakers have given initial approval to a measure that would boost spending on iran's ballistic missile program and the elite revolutionary guards the vote today comes amid president trump's threats to renegotiate the nuclear deal he ron struck with world powers in 2015.

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01:41 min | 3 years ago

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"A blast in a troubled pakistani city has killed more than ten people in the military says a targeted one other vehicles the attack comes ahead of independence day when the army puts on parades and chose to demonstrate its force dea adid reports from islamabad the bummed at an aidid close to an army truck in quetta the city the capital of an impoverished province where separatists waging an insurgency they often target the military but it's also a place where other militants operate earlier this week quetta residents were remembering the one year anniversary of a suicide bombing in a hospital that killed over seventy people most of the malloy is de had aid npr news islamabad you're listening to npr news in washington despite an improving economy inflation remains stubbornly low steve beck nurses that is causing federal reserve policymakers to take a cautious approach to raising interest rates the fed feels it has largely achieved its maximum employment goal but although low unemployment was expected to cause wageprice pressures the fed is failed to hit its twopercent inflation target in july for the fourth straight month the consumer price index rose less than expected the cpi is up one point seven percent from a year ago even excluding volatile food and energy the fed is expected to start shrinking its balance sheet next month but low inflation may delay further interest rate hikes dallas federal reserve bank president robert kaplan once more evidence inflation is rising and says he is willing to be patient until he sees it for npr news i'm steve bacne.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

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"Local and federal officials have stood behind their enforcement efforts iced declined to comment on the lawsuit citing pending litigation for npr news i'm sarah gonzalez in new york in pakistan the way for bhutto posed prime minister will contest the parliamentary seat that he was forced to vacate her friendly made the submission on her behalf today and bureaux de who did reports from islamabad who knew while sharief hopes to gain the state after the supreme court dismissed her husband from his job as prime minister and from his parliamentary seat following a corruption scandal last month consumes chief rival is another woman a doctor who belongs to the main opposition party the byelection will be held in late september npr's dod a slight uptick in prices at the wholesale level also appears to be playing out at the more closely watched consumer level the labor department announcing today the consumer price index the government's main inflation gauge barely budged last month the index which tracks the price for a market basket of goods was up just a scant one tenth of one percent in july socalled core inflation which strips out volatile food and energy prices also rose a tenth of a percent stocks regained a small portion of their losses from yesterday in the weeks final trading session the dow up fourteen points to close at twenty one thousand eight fifty eight the nasdaq was up thirty nine points today you're listening to npr a victory for singer taylor swift in her court trial involving charges from a disc jockey who claims he lost his job because of accusations he allegedly groper a colorado judge tossing out the clam former radio dj saying the singer could not be held liable because miller never showed that she set out to have been fired judge did not throw out some other aspects of the case however which will go to a jury including identical allegations against wits mother and the radio liaison swift as countersued seeking a symbolic dollar.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"Team at paine capital management here in new york city good morning this is bob pain heath investment officer here at paine capital management and comments from the federal reserve and positive earnings reports on the banking industry drove the markets the all time wreck could highs on the week now on wednesday bed reserved chairwoman janet yellen affectionately known here at paine capital management is janet said the us economy should continue to expand and allowing the central banks to keep raising rates but also stressing that the fed is monitoring with day call to low inflation now while the economy largely performed in line with the central bank forecast inflation has been weaker than expected over the last five years now excluding volatile food and energy categories the feds preferred inflation gauge slowed to a gain of one point four percent over the year that's that's versus one point eight percent just this past february now the fed has fallen short of its two percent inflation target for most of the past five years now eight janet pointed to the low unemployment rate which north air this traditionally would point to rising wages which he said quote were not she very substantial upward pressure on wages but we may begin to see upward pressure on wages and prices of course is the same old singer and the same old song from the fed that we've been hearing for how many years well the most important thing that was said as far as the markets were concern was that the reduc searching of the huge four point five trillion dollar balance sheet and the subsequent rate increases that.

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

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"The pentagon is confirming us forces have killed a senior islamic state commander it says abu siad was killed in a us strike on islamic state headquarters in afghanistan's kunar province three days ago the pentagon says six other isis militants were also killed its assessment is that the deadly strike will significantly disrupt the terror groups attempts to expand in afghanistan a report from the us labor department shows inflation continues to run well below the federal reserve's target seve bacne reports that could mean the fed will go slow and further raising interest rates the fed is gone forward towards maximum employment goal but uh struggled to meet its twopercent inflation target and for the fourth straight month inflation dipped in june the consumer price index was flat the core cpi excluding volatile food and energy rose a tenth of a percent the cpi up just one point six percent from a year ago in raising interest rates last month while projecting more rate hikes the fed predicted it will hit its inflation target before long but in congressional testimony this week chair janet yellen voiced caution and said the fed might have to adjust its rate plans if it appears the inflation undershoot will be persistent frontier news i'm steve bucknor the commerce department is reporting retail sales are down for a second straight month it says sales fell two tenths of a percent after dropping a tenth of a percent in may it says it has seen less spending at restaurants gasoline stations and department stores.

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"Today our goal is peace stability and prosperity for the region but the unitedstates will defend itself always will defend itself always and we will always defend our allies speaking alongside trump in the whitehouserosegardenmoon said the two have placed the northkorea issue as a top priority and he urged pyongyang to return to talks while the federalreserve believes inflation should not be too low it's targeting a two percent annual increase in prices butstevebucknor says the latest numbers seem likely to intensify debate among federal officials about a recent shortfall of inflation for a 3rd straight month the feds preferred inflation gauge the price index for personal consumption expenditures excluding volatile food and energy fell in may leaving at index up just 14 from a year ago this inflation slowdown has some officials warning thefed should be cautious in raising interest rates but chairjanetyellen blames oneoff drops in cell phone and drug prices richmondfederalreservebank chief economist kartik arth raya says there is good reason to think low inflation his transitory with tight labor markets apt to push up wages and prices he predicts inflation will stabilize and returned to two percent in the near future for nprnewsi'mstevebucknor thedow is up 105this is nprgermany has voted to legalize samesex marriage after chancellorangelamerkel did an aboutface on the issue the move freed up members of her conservative bloc to vote their personal conscience rather than the party line many other european countries including francebritain and spain have already legalize samesex marriage severalmidwest states are taking stock after powerful thunderstorms thursday evening southdakotapublicbroadcasting scary ellen bolt reports said least one community dealt with some very laura.

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