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Gas prices change based on the cost of crude oil, refining, distribution and marketing, and federal, state, and local taxes.
Inflation affects families at different income levels unevenly as the poorest Americans pay a larger share of their incomes on food and housing.
The PPI monitors approximately 10,000 monthly product indexes, offering valuable insights into the economic well-being from the seller's standpoint.
Most countries worldwide rely on the US dollar to support their economy.
The First Republic Bank failure is the second largest in US history. The bank had controlled more than $225 billion in total assets.
The national debt is projected to grow to unprecedented levels if the federal government continues to operate at a deficit.
Biden highlighted legislative achievements from his past two years and described his economic, health, climate, and safety priorities moving forward.
Rents rose in 58% of all counties nationwide between 2020 and 2023. Data shows that rents rose and dipped between neighboring zip codes.
Recent increases in flight costs reflect broad inflation and higher gas prices.
The Joint Committee on Taxation estimated that about 150 corporations would be subject to a new minimum corporate tax each year.
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