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ClevelandFedResearch


Data and research updates from the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Research Department

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Is higher #inflation  temporary or here to stay? Are we going to see a return to the high inflation of the 1970s? Inflation is on many minds, so we decided to ask researchers a handful of questions that people are asking.

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#CPI #inflationwas  5.4% over the year ending in September, but will it last? Look at the latest readings of the median #CPIto  find out.

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As more people get #vaccines , will the way people save money, fear job loss, and stockpile food change? Will people’s opinions change about how long the #COVID19  outbreak will last? Find out in the weekly updates to our consumer survey.

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What is #inflation ? Why should you care? Why does the Federal Reserve care? Watch the third of our three, animated videos and check out the series:

Updated Weekly: #COVID19  mortality and hospitalization trends in the US and across the globe. Now includes data broken out by race.

Where do financial markets think #inflation  is headed? Check out the Cleveland Fed’s measure of inflation expectations to find out.

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Our researchers explored why Black and white households often live in different neighborhoods. Data suggest that race still determines #economic  opportunity and where Black families choose to live. Our Research in Brief has the details. .

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You asked, researchers answer! Higher #inflation  is on people’s minds, so we decided to tackle a handful of questions asked here (on Twitter!) and during our recent inflation #FedTalk  event. View all five questions now:

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Want to know what’s happening with #inflation ? We released two #inflation  measures this week. Browse our latest inflation expectations: And here you’ll find the most recent median : #CPI 

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Nearly 65% of Black residents in the #Cleveland  metro area live in a neighborhood w/access to at least 43% of Cleveland’s jobs, yet only 1 out of every 5 jobs are held by Black workers. This #JobAccess  disconnect leads to barriers to #EconomicInclusion .

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PCE inflation jumped to 3.9% in May. But median PCE inflation, which excludes outlier components and focuses on the middle of the distribution, was steady at 2% for the third month in a row.

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Bank consolidation doesn’t always mean losing full-service branches. On average, consolidation has resulted in banking institutions increasing their number of full-service branches from 11 to 19. Read more: #Banking 

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You asked, researchers answer! Higher #inflation  is on people’s minds, so we decided to tackle a handful of questions asked here (on Twitter!) and during our recent inflation #FedTalk  event. View all five questions now:

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@nativecdfis  Thank you! We do not include data on Native Nations here, but you may be interested in @MinneapolisFed  @FedIndianCenter , which includes a Native American Labor Market Dashboard.

The Cleveland Fed's latest estimate of 10-year expected inflation is 1.23%. #CPI 

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CPI #inflation  is 5.4%, but median CPI inflation—which better captures the underlying inflation trend—is 2.3%.

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Last month the Cleveland Fed’s Center for Inflation Research and the @ecb  co-hosted a virtual #Inflation  Drivers and Dynamics 2020 conference. View the recording to hear remarks by FRBC President Loretta J. Mester and the ECB’s Philip Lane and many others:

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