The cost of living in the United States increased in March for the first time in four months, according to a government report released on Thursday, April 14. At the same time, underlying inflation rose less than forecast after rising more than expected in February.
Consumers spent less at grocery and clothing stores but more for healthcare, transportation and shelter. In addition and for the first time since November, drivers paid more to fill up their tanks. Continue reading US Inflation Climbs in March, Annual Inflation Rate Eases Again