US inflation rises to 8.5%

'Due to Putin's price hike'

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US inflation rises to 8.5%

US inflation hit 8.5% in March, up from 7.9% in February and its highest level since 1981.

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics has reported that inflation had "continued to accelerate," with gasoline prices accounting for over half of the increase, rising 18.3% in March. The disparity between...

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