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  • June CPI up 0.3%, housing starts rise 9.8% Friday, 17 Jul 2015 | 8:30 AM ET
    June CPI up 0.3%, housing starts rise 9.8%

    CNBC's Rick Santelli has the latest data on housing and consumer prices. And CNBC's Steve Liesman add perspective.

  • Rate-anxious traders brace for inflation in CPI Thursday, 16 Jul 2015 | 6:50 PM ET
    Trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Consumer prices are the big news for markets, as traders look for signs that could prompt a Fed hike rate.

  • SHANGHAI, July 9- China's annual consumer inflation in June was 1.4 percent, stronger than the previous month's pace and slightly above forecasts in a Reuters poll. June CPI +1.4 pct y/y. TIM CONDON, ECONOMIST, ING BANK, SINGAPORE.

  • Food price surge puts India's Rajan on the back foot Saturday, 20 Jun 2015 | 10:30 PM ET

    *The 3 items are 12 pct of India's consumer price index. AURANGABAD, India, June 21- Prices of many foodstuffs are surging in India, despite a good start to monsoon rains- an unexpected boon for wholesalers, but a major headache for the central bank and a government hoping for its help to reboot the economy. Bond and stock traders in Mumbai have been left compulsively...

  • *BOJ Tankan sentiment survey due June 30 at 2350 GMT. TOKYO, June 19- Japanese manufacturers' mood probably stayed steady in the three months to June while non-manufacturers' confidence likely improved, according to analysts, suggesting the economic recovery from last year's recession remains patchy. The Bank of Japan's quarterly "tankan" business sentiment...

  • *Consumer prices increase 0.4 percent in May. *Core CPI rises 0.1 percent. WASHINGTON, June 18- U.S. consumer prices in May recorded their largest increase in more than two years as gasoline prices surged, suggesting the drag on inflation from lower oil prices was fading.

  • NEW YORK, June 18- U.S. The Labor Department also said its Consumer Price Index rose 0.4 percent last month, the largest increase since February 2013, though core CPI, which excludes food and energy costs, rose only 0.1 percent, the smallest increase in five months. "Investors really want to be more in the middle- and front-end of the curve rather than in the long-end...

  • *Consumer prices increase 0.4 percent in May. *Core CPI rises 0.1 percent. WASHINGTON, June 18- U.S. consumer prices in May recorded their largest increase in more than two years as gasoline prices surged, suggesting the impact of lower oil prices on inflation probably was fading.

  • CPI has largest increase in over 2 yrs Thursday, 18 Jun 2015 | 10:00 AM ET
    CPI has largest increase in over 2 yrs

    Consumer prices rose by 0.4 percent in May, the largest increase in more than two years.

  • NEW YORK, June 18- U.S. The Labor Department said on Thursday its Consumer Price Index rose 0.4 percent last month after gaining 0.1 percent in April. "Investors really want to be more in the middle- and front-end of the curve rather than in the long-end because the Fed is trying to get the inflation rate higher," said Tom di Galoma, head of rates and credit trading at ED&F...

  • WASHINGTON, June 18- U.S. consumer prices in May recorded their largest increase in more than two years as gasoline prices surged, suggesting an energy-driven disinflationary trend had probably run its course. The Consumer Price Index rose 0.4 percent last month after gaining 0.1 percent in April, the Labor Department said. That was the largest increase since...

  • WASHINGTON, June 18- U.S. consumer prices in May recorded their largest increase in more than two years as gasoline prices surged, suggesting an energy-driven disinflationary trend had probably run its course. The Labor Department said on Thursday its Consumer Price Index rose 0.4 percent last month after gaining 0.1 percent in April. That was the largest...

  • Markets on inflation watch after Fed Thursday, 18 Jun 2015 | 6:11 AM ET
    Shoppers pass a Banana Republic store in New York

    Now that the Fed has spoken, traders are looking to Thursday's CPI inflation data for clues as to its next move.

  • BOJ must do further easing in Q4: UBS economist Wednesday, 17 Jun 2015 | 6:51 PM ET
    BOJ must do further easing in Q4: UBS economist

    To maintain high inflation expectations, the Bank of Japan needs to unveil additional easing in the fourth quarter, says Daiju Aoki, research of equities division at UBS.

  • Here's what markets are focused on after the Fed Wednesday, 17 Jun 2015 | 6:27 PM ET
    Shoppers pass a Banana Republic store in New York

    Now that the Fed has spoken, traders are looking to Thursday's CPI inflation data for clues as to its next move.

  • India's inflation could rise 4.8% in May: Pro Thursday, 11 Jun 2015 | 9:48 PM ET
    India's inflation could rise 4.8% in May: Pro

    Shilan Shah, India economist at Capital Economics, expects India's consumer prices to rise 4.8 percent on-year in May, adding that inflation remains comfortably within the central bank's target.

  • Making heads or tails of TIPS Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015 | 10:04 AM ET
    coin flip toss

    Personal Capital's Bill Harris explains how Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities can help investors manage inflation risk.

  • Expect weak inflation to persist in China: Pro Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015 | 12:04 AM ET
    Expect weak inflation to persist in China: Pro

    Peng Wengsheng, global economist and head of Research at CITIC Securities, says low domestic demand will likely underpin weak inflation in China for the near term.

  • China inflation leaves room for more easing: Citi Monday, 8 Jun 2015 | 9:33 PM ET
    China inflation leaves room for more easing: Citi

    The below-view May inflation data support the view that further interest rate cuts are needed to prop up China's growth, says Johanna Chua, head of Asia Economics & Market Analysis at Citi.

  • A major inflection point for US health-care costs Monday, 8 Jun 2015 | 9:19 AM ET
    Medicine doctor blood pressure

    Two divergent U.S. core inflation readings could be related to the price of medical care. CNBC explores.