Consumer Prices in U.S. Probably Rose in November on Fuel CostsTimothy R. Homan
The cost of living in the U.S. probably rose for a fifth month in November, led by higher gasoline prices that aren’t filtering through to other goods and services, economists said before a government report today.
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