Some signs of hope in this CPI report, but economists are not ready to call an inflation top

People shop for groceries at a supermarket in Glendale, California January 12, 2022.
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There are some signs that inflation may be peaking, but rising food, shelter and energy costs could be hot enough to keep the Fed on an aggressive rate hiking and tightening path, economists say.

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