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US consumer prices rose 8.5% in July, down from June's 9.1%

Global stocks are up across the board following the release of better than expected data out of the US. Consumer prices in the world's largest economy rose 8.5% in July. That's down from the previous month's increase of more than 9%, which was the highest in four decades. Naeem Aslam is the chief market analyst at AvaTrade in London. He gave us his take on the prospects for the US economy. #UnitedStates #Inflation #StockMarket

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