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US consumer prices rose 8.5% in March, the most in 40 years

Consumer prices in the US, world's largest economy rose 8.5% in March. Last month's reading was slightly higher than expected, and represents the biggest blow to household budgets in 40 years. That increases pressure on the Federal Reserve to continue raising borrowing costs - a move that could choke economic output. Rising inflation is tied to the cost of oil, which has gone up due to Western-led sanctions on crude exporter Russia. To ease the burden on consumers, the White House is easing regulations on ethanol. For more, Exinity group chief market analyst Han Tan joined us from Abu Dhabi. #UnitedStates #Inflation #FederalReserve

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Turkey Food Prices: Profiteers cause rise in food prices

Turkey’s central bank lifts 2018 inflation forecast | Money Talks

Turkey’s central bank lifts 2018 inflation forecast | Money Talks

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Sudan's economic troubles worsen

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American crude oil rebounds after falling below zero dollars

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UK eyes tax cuts to ease worsening cost of living crisis

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Marcos Jr takes office as the Philippines faces rising consumer prices

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Rising price of oil tops agenda at G7 Summit in Germany

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Avocado production surges in Türkiye's southern coast

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Citroen launches electric vehicle in Turkish market

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Oil prices drop as OPEC+ ratifies modest oil production increase

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China factory activity shows growth for first time in four months

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OPEC+ has fallen 562M barrels short of promised crude output since 2020

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Oil extends gains as major producers flag capacity limits

Russia defaults on foreign debt for the first time since 1917

Russia defaults on foreign debt for the first time since 1917

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