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United States inflation expectations: 3 (-6.25%)
Last Update: June 30, 2024

United States inflation expectations closed down 3 as of June 30, 2024 from 3.2 from the previous month and 3.8 from last year.


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United States inflation expectations

DateValues
2024-06-30 3
2024-05-31 3.2
2024-04-30 3.3
2024-03-31 3
2024-02-29 3
2024-01-31 3
2023-12-31 3
2023-11-30 3.4
2023-10-31 3.6
2023-09-30 3.7
2023-08-31 3.6
2023-07-31 3.5
2023-06-30 3.8
2023-05-31 4.1
2023-04-30 4.4
2023-03-31 4.7
2023-02-28 4.2
2023-01-31 5
2022-12-31 5
2022-11-30 5.2
2022-10-31 5.9
2022-09-30 5.4
2022-08-31 5.7
2022-07-31 6.2

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United States inflation expectations Statistics


IndicatorSymbolActualPreviousM/M%Y/Y%TrendSlopePercentileUpdate
inflation expectationsus.inflationexp3.03.2-6-21DownDown312024-06-30

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What is the United States inflation expectations

In the United States, inflation expectations refer to the anticipated rate at which prices of goods and services are expected to increase in the future. These expectations are influenced by a variety of factors, including economic conditions, monetary policy, consumer behavior, and market trends. When inflation expectations are high, consumers and businesses may adjust their spending and investment decisions accordingly, which can have implications for the overall economy. Central banks often closely monitor inflation expectations as part of their efforts to maintain price stability and support economic growth. By understanding and managing inflation expectations, policymakers can help to ensure a stable and predictable economic environment.