Consumer Price Index sees significant unexpected jump as farmers were hoping inflation had peaked

The markets are sure to react to the latest inflation reading, which came in hot.

The Consumer Price Index jumped three-tenths of a point in April to 8.3 percent.

The expectation was for a slight decrease, indicating inflation has peaked.

Tomorrow we will get the important Producer Price Index, which measures price increases before they are passed along to the consumer.


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