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Inflation jumped to 5.2% on average over 2022 in France, according to INSEE

Inflation jumped to 5.2% on average over 2022 in France, according to INSEE

National statisticians published their final estimate of inflation for the past year on Friday morning. In 2021, it had not exceeded 1.6%. Inflation will indeed have reached record levels in 2022. This Friday morning, INSEE indicated that price increases had reached 5.2% on average over the last twelve months, after 1.6% in 2021. In December …

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European markets satisfied after US inflation

European markets satisfied after US inflation

Paris (+0.74%) briefly regained 7,000 points for the first time in session since February 17, 2022. In Frankfurt, the Dax (+0.74) finished above 15,000 points for the first times since February 18. In Zurich, the SMI gained 0.37%. Stock markets rose on Thursday after the publication of inflation figures in the United States, in line …

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Wall Street ends up, satisfied by a further deceleration in inflation

Wall Street ends up, satisfied by a further deceleration in inflation

The Dow Jones rose 0.64%, as did the Nasdaq, while the broader S&P 500 index gained 0.34%. The New York Stock Exchange ended higher on Thursday, satisfied with the confirmation of a deceleration of inflation in the United Stateswhich maintains the hope of a better year 2023 than initially expected. The Dow Jones rose 0.64%, …

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USA: inflation slows in December, a wind of optimism is blowing

USA: inflation slows in December, a wind of optimism is blowing

The consumer price index fell to 6.5% compared to December 2021, compared to an increase of 7.1% between November 2021 and November 2022, announced the US Department of Labor. The vertiginous curve of inflation in the United States is slowly flattening: the figures for December confirm a new slowdown, with, for the first time since …

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Inflation weighs on household spending in the United States

Inflation weighs on household spending in the United States

US household spending slowed in May due to record inflation and incomes not rising enough to offset soaring prices, which could however satisfy the US central bank. In May, spending rose just 0.2% from 0.6% in April and income rose 0.5%, according to Commerce Department data released Thursday. At the same time, inflation accelerated to …

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