Financial and Monetary Systems

US consumer prices are at their highest since 1990. And inflation is at 6.2%

U.S. consumer prices surged at their highest rate since 1990. Image: REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz/File Photo

Sinéad Carew

Reporter, Reuters

Julien Ponthus

Reporter, Reuters

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