US inflation dips slightly in April

Down to 8.3%

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US inflation dips slightly in April

US inflation dipped slightly in April, falling to 8.3% from 8.5% in March, the first fall since August 2021, but still above expectations of 8.1%

Despite the fall, inflation still remains extremely high. The CPI food index increased 9.4%, the largest annual increase since April 1981. However, indicies such as energy have begun to decline, as...

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