Annualized Sticky-Price CPI Rose 3.5 Percent

Annualized Sticky-Price CPI Rose 3.5 Percent

The Atlanta Fed's sticky-price consumer price index (CPI)—a weighted basket of items that change price relatively slowly—rose 3.5 percent (annualized) in April, following a 2.3 percent increase in March.
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Economic & Financial Highlights

Economic & Financial Highlights

View the latest series of charts from our Economic & Financial Highlights page, including new data on economic policy uncertainty, housing starts, retail sales, unemployment claims, and more. 
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Are Millennials Responsible for the Decline in First-Time Home Purchases?

Are Millennials Responsible for the Decline in First-Time Home Purchases?

Many think changes in millennials' behavior are responsible for the drastic drop in first-time homebuyers. How real is that connection? Real Estate Research examines the data to find out.
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