United States inflation cpi

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United States inflation cpi: 3 (-9.09%)
Last Update: June 30, 2024

United States inflation cpi closed down 3 as of June 30, 2024 from 3.3 from the previous month and 3 from last year.


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United States inflation cpi

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United States inflation cpi

DateValues
2024-06-30 3
2024-05-31 3.3
2024-04-30 3.4
2024-03-31 3.5
2024-02-28 3.2
2024-01-31 3.1
2023-12-31 3.4
2023-11-30 3.1
2023-10-31 3.2
2023-09-30 3.7
2023-08-31 3.7
2023-07-31 3.2
2023-06-30 3
2023-05-31 4.1
2023-04-30 4.9
2023-03-31 5
2023-02-28 6
2023-01-31 6.4
2022-12-31 6.5
2022-11-30 7.1
2022-10-31 7.7
2022-09-30 8.2
2022-08-31 8.3
2022-07-31 8.5

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United States inflation cpi Statistics


IndicatorSymbolActualPreviousM/M%Y/Y%TrendSlopePercentileUpdate
inflation cpius.inflationcpi3.03.3-90DownDown602024-06-30

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United States inflation cpi Historical Data

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What is the United States inflation cpi

The United States inflation CPI, or Consumer Price Index, is a measure of the average change over time in the prices paid by urban consumers for a market basket of consumer goods and services. This index is one of the most commonly used indicators for measuring inflation in the US economy. By tracking the prices of a wide range of goods and services, the CPI provides valuable insight into the cost of living and helps policymakers make informed decisions about monetary policy. A higher CPI indicates that prices are increasing, which can lead to concerns about rising inflation and its potential impact on the economy. On the other hand, a lower CPI suggests that prices are stable or even decreasing, which could indicate deflationary pressures. Overall, the CPI is an important tool for monitoring economic trends and ensuring price stability in the United States.