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  1. Inflation expectations among people in Britain for the year ahead remained unchanged at 2.4 percent in April, according to a survey published by financial services firm Citi and polling ...

  2. Is inflation back? After a decade of trying to stimulate prices in the morbid economy and avoid a deflationary funk, the Federal Reserve has finally returned to its traditional role of ...

  3. SYDNEY--Inflation pressures in Australia were more subdued than expected during the first three months of this year, ensuring that interest rates stay on hold for some time to come. Consumer ...

  4. Japan's headline inflation slowed in March from February, highlighting the central bank's struggle to hit its 2 percent price growth target after five years of heavy stimulus, keeping ...

  5. Despite humdrum economic data in the past few weeks, inflation expectations have climbed to the highest level in more than three years. Derived from 10-year Treasury inflation- ...

  6. Annual inflation in Mexico slipped to its lowest level in over 14 months in the first half of April, moderating at a faster pace than expected, data from the national statistics agency ...

  7. BERLIN/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German unions have reached an inflation-busting pay hike deal for more than 2 million public sector workers that could push up prices and boost a consumer-led ...

  8. British inflation unexpectedly cooled to a one-year low in March, calling into question whether the Bank of England will raise interest rates more than once before the end of the year ...

  9. After years of not worrying about higher prices, inflation has returned with a vengeance. Here's why.

  10. Inflation is showing signs of taking root in Japan. With price gains halfway to the Bank of Japan’s 2 percent target, domestic demand is picking up after years in which external factors ...

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