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Estados Unidos Tasa De Inflación
ago. 31, 2023
oct. 12, 2023
Tiempo restante para el Lanzamiento
28Días 10 Horas
Rango de Datos
|3.3 %||1914-2023||U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics|
La tasa de inflación mide el aumento o disminución general de los precios que los consumidores pagan por una cesta de bienes estándar.
The annual inflation rate in the US accelerated for a second straight month to 3.7% in August from 3.2% in July, above market forecasts of 3.6%. Oil prices have been on the rise in the previous two months, which coupled with base effects from last year, pushed the inflation higher. In July 2023, energy cost fell 3.6%, much less than a 12.5% drop in July, with prices declining at a smaller pace for fuel oil (-14.8% vs -26.5%) and gasoline (-3.3% vs -19.9%). Also, cost of transportation services (10.3% vs 9%) increased more. On the other hand, inflation slowed for electricity prices (2.1% vs 3%), food (4.3% vs 4.9%), shelter (7.3% vs 7.7%), new vehicles (2.9% vs 3.5%) and apparel (3.1% vs 3.2%). Also, faster decreases were seen in cost for utility gas service (-16.5% vs -13.7%), medical services (-2.1% vs -1.5%) and used cars and trucks (-6.6% vs -5.6%). Core inflation rate however, which excludes food and energy, slowed for the fifth month to 4.3%, in line with market expectations.
Historia de Tasa De Inflación en Estados Unidos
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