1. 10-year yield falls after consumer price index increases slightly less than expected  CNBC
  2. Used car prices slide for first time in 7 months  Fox Business
  3. Consumer prices post smaller-than-expected increase in August  CNBC
  4. August CPI: Inflation 'Beat' Expectations by Falling Short  Bloomberg
  5. Fed Balance Sheet Hits $8.357 Trillion, Is It Hastening Crypto Adoption? (Opinion)  CryptoPotato
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The delta variant, shaky consumer confidence and supply chain issues continue to weigh on the Fed and Biden administration.The delta variant, shaky consumer confidence and supply chain issues continue to weigh on the Fed and Biden administration.

Inflation rises 5.3 percent in August over last year, easing slightly - The Washington Post

Gold futures end higher Tuesday, finding support as the U.S. dollar weakened after a report showing the cost of living in the U.S. rose in August at the...Gold futures end higher Tuesday, finding support as the U.S. dollar weakened after a report showing the cost of living in the U.S. rose in August at the...

Gold settles back above $1,800 as dollar weakens after U.S. inflation report - MarketWatch

Global markets edged lower and the dollar fell on Tuesday after data showed U.S. inflation rose by less than expected, raising renewed questions on when the U.S. central bank will begin tapering its asset purchases.Global markets edged lower and the dollar fell on Tuesday after data showed U.S. inflation rose by less than expected, raising renewed questions on when the U.S. central bank will begin tapering its asset purchases.

Equities fall as U.S. inflation data raises more questions | Reuters

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The Federal Reserve's balance sheet grew with another $8 billion this week alone, now totaling over $8.3 trillion.The Federal Reserve\'s balance sheet grew with another $8 billion this week alone, now totaling over $8.3 trillion.

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The Federal Reserve's balance sheet grew with another $8 billion this week alone, now totaling over $8.3 trillion.The Federal Reserve\'s balance sheet grew with another $8 billion this week alone, now totaling over $8.3 trillion.

Fed Balance Sheet Hits $8.357 Trillion, Is It Hastening Crypto Adoption? (Opinion)

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Used car prices fell for the first time in seven months in August, providing evidence that at least some of the recent inflation seen in the U.S. economy may be “transitory.”Used car prices fell for the first time in seven months in August, providing evidence that at least some of the recent inflation seen in the U.S. economy may be “transitory.”

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(Bloomberg) -- Treasuries rallied and U.S. stocks declined after a less-than-forecast increase in inflation was seen as giving Federal Reserve officials more flexibility when it comes to pulling back on stimulus. The dollar edged lower.Yields on benchmark 10-year notes fell as much as 6 basis points to 1.26%, narrowing the yield gap between short- and longer-maturity U.S. debt. The financial, industrial and energy sectors led the S&P 500 lower even after the Labor Department reported that the co(Bloomberg) -- Treasuries rallied and U.S. stocks declined after a less-than-forecast increase in inflation was seen as giving Federal Reserve officials more flexibility when it comes to pulling back on stimulus. The dollar edged lower.Yields on benchmark 10-year notes fell as much as 6 basis points to 1.26%, narrowing the yield gap between short- and longer-maturity U.S. debt. The financial, industrial and energy sectors led the S&P 500 lower even after the Labor Department reported that the co

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US dollar broadly lower in the aftermath The market won't wait for confirmation that inflation will be transitory, instead it's already building in expectations that we've now seen the peak in year-over-year inflation. By Adam ButtonUS dollar broadly lower in the aftermath The market won't wait for confirmation that inflation will be transitory, instead it's already building in expectations that we've now seen the peak in year-over-year inflation.

US dollar slides as Team Transitory scores a win on the August US CPI report

The key economic data the Federal Reserve relies on to guide the decision on its current monetary policy are the employment numbers, as well as inflationary data.The key economic data the Federal Reserve relies on to guide the decision on its current monetary policy are the employment numbers, as well as inflationary data.

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Senior Technical Analyst Jim Wyckoff prepares investors with an overview of how the markets opened and closed. What moved metal prices? How do the technicals look? By looking at important developments Senior Technical Analyst Jim Wyckoff prepares investors with an overview of how the markets opened and closed. What moved metal prices? How do the technicals look? By looking at important developments

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US consumer price inflation slowed in August, reflecting a moderation in the re-opening hotspots of the economy, where prices had been surging. Elsewhere,…US consumer price inflation slowed in August, reflecting a moderation in the re-opening hotspots of the economy, where prices had been surging. Elsewhere,…

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U.S. consumer prices rose a lower-than-expected 0.3% last month, the smallest increase in seven months and a hopeful sign that a recent jump in inflation may be cooling.U.S. consumer prices rose a lower-than-expected 0.3% last month, the smallest increase in seven months and a hopeful sign that a recent jump in inflation may be cooling.

US consumer prices rise 0.3% in August, lowest in 7 months - StarTribune.com

US headline inflation rose 0.3% month-on-month, a touch below the 0.4% consensus, while core rose a very modest 0.1% (consensus 0.3%). A softer inflatUS headline inflation rose 0.3% month-on-month, a touch below the 0.4% consensus, while core rose a very modest 0.1% (consensus 0.3%). A softer inflat

USD dips following slowing inflation data to be short-lived – TDS

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The latest Survey of Consumer Expectations (SCE) report from August indicates that consumers expect inflation to be 5.2% a year from now.The latest Survey of Consumer Expectations (SCE) report from August indicates that consumers expect inflation to be 5.2% a year from now.

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A survey by the N.Y. Federal Reserve shows that households expect the inflation will last for years, despite the Biden administration’s insistence otherwiseThe median respondent predicted inflation will rise to 5.2 percent over the next year, the highest recorded since the survey began.

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Businesses will likely pass some of the higher costs on through consumer price hikes.Businesses will likely pass some of the higher costs on through consumer price hikes.

Producer prices are still moving up as inflation concerns linger - Axios

Higher inflation may not be as transitory as officials portray. What does that mean for real estate?Higher inflation may not be as transitory as officials portray. What does that mean for real estate?

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The New Zealand dollar moved higher earlier in the day but has since surrendered these gains. NZD/USD is currently trading at 0.7114 down 0.06% on the day. New Zealand GDP ahead New Zealand releases GDP for the second quarter on Wednesday, and the kiwi could have a banner day. The consensus stands at a whopping …

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The latest US inflation data came in slightly lower than expected, which may ease fears that the Fed will be forced to begin tapering soon.The latest US inflation data came in slightly lower than expected, which may ease fears that the Fed will be forced to begin tapering soon.

Gold price back above $1,800 on US inflation data miss - MINING.COM

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(Bloomberg) -- Gold advanced after U.S. inflation data came in lower than expected, easing concerns that the Federal Reserve will be forced to pare back its bond buying soon. Palladium extended a slide.The consumer price index increased 0.3% from July, the smallest advance in seven months, according to a government report Tuesday. The dollar declined and Treasury yields slipped, boosting demand for non-interest-bearing bullion.Bullion has come under pressure this year on concerns pandemic-era st(Bloomberg) -- Gold advanced after U.S. inflation data came in lower than expected, easing concerns that the Federal Reserve will be forced to pare back its bond buying soon. Palladium extended a slide.The consumer price index increased 0.3% from July, the smallest advance in seven months, according to a government report Tuesday. The dollar declined and Treasury yields slipped, boosting demand for non-interest-bearing bullion.Bullion has come under pressure this year on concerns pandemic-era st

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Asian markets mostly fell on Monday following another retreat on Wall Street as a surge in US inflation to a record high ramped up concerns the Federal Reserve will be forced to tighten monetary policy sooner than later.Asian markets mostly fell on Monday following another retreat on Wall Street as a surge in US inflation to a record high ramped up concerns the Federal Reserve will be forced to tighten monetary policy sooner than later.

Most Asian markets drop as record US inflation fans taper talk | Inquirer Business

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Rand weakens most in more than three weeks as US CPI data suggests tapering may be some months off yetRand weakens most in more than three weeks as US CPI data suggests tapering may be some months off yet

MARKET WRAP: Waning US inflation lashes rand

Time to unsmash the panic button and stop having nightmares about the '70s.Time to unsmash the panic button and stop having nightmares about the '70s.

Inflation appears to be cooling off, according to the latest government numbers.

The Consumer Price Index climbed by 5.3 percent from August 2020, which is still faster than normal. But monthly gains are slowing, and that’s a good sign for economic policymakers.The Consumer Price Index climbed by 5.3 percent from August 2020, which is still faster than normal. But monthly gains are slowing, and that’s a good sign for economic policymakers.

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Respondents see inflation at 5.2% a year from now and 4% in three years; expected income also risesRespondents see inflation at 5.2% a year from now and 4% in three years; expected income also rises

New York Fed survey shows inflation expectations at record highs in August

Spot gold fell 0.2% to $1,790.74 per ounce by 0138 GMT. US gold futures eased 0.1% to $1,792.10.Spot gold fell 0.2% to $1,790.74 per ounce by 0138 GMT. US gold futures eased 0.1% to $1,792.10.

Gold prices today: Gold eases as investors eye US inflation data - The Economic Times

The dollar index stood at 92.622, having retreated from a two-week high of 92.887 hit earlier on Monday while the euro changed hands at $1.18105, having bounced back from Monday's low of $1.17705, its lowest since Aug. 27.

Dollar rate today: Dollar holds tight range as investors await US inflation data - The Economic Times

Spot gold may retest resistance at $1,798/oz * Holdings of SPDR Gold Trust rose 0.2% on MondaySpot gold may retest resistance at $1,798/oz * Holdings of SPDR Gold Trust rose 0.2% on Monday

Gold prices subdued as investors brace for US inflation data - Business & Finance - Business Recorder

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Shares are mixed in London with the FTSE100 in the red again but mid caps faring betterShares are mixed in London with the FTSE100 in the red again but mid caps faring better

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