Drop in Energy Prices Slowed U.S. Inflation in January

WASHINGTON—A sharp drop in energy prices slowed U.S. consumer inflation at the start of this year. The consumer-price index—which measures changes in how much Americans are paying for everyday items ranging from clothes to grocery items—rose a seasonally adjusted 0.1% in January, the Labor Department said Thursday. That was […]

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