US Michigan consumer confidence rises to 55.1 in August, higher than expected | Reuters

The consumer confidence index (preliminary) released by the University of Michigan on the 12th rose to 55.1 in August from 51.1 in July, beating market … Read more

US CPI: Experts see this | Reuters

(Reuters) – The U.S. Labor Department’s seasonally adjusted consumer price index (CPI) was flat in July, according to a release on Wednesday. This was due … Read more

5 takeaways from Joe Biden’s first presidential trip to the Middle East

CNN — President Joe Biden on Saturday capped a four-day trip to Israel and Saudi Arabiahis first trip to the Middle East since taking office. … Read more

British government recommends avoiding travel to Sri Lanka for economic crisis | Reuters

On July 5, the Foreign, Commonwealth Office recommended refraining from unnecessary and unurgent travel to Sri Lanka due to the economic crisis. The photo shows … Read more

UK car sales down 24% year-on-year in June, low for 26 years | Reuters

According to data released by the British Automobile Manufacturers Association (SMMT) on July 5, the number of new car registrations in June decreased by 24% … Read more

US consumer spending rises 0.2% in May Inflation rises 0.6% | Reuters

[Washington, 30th Reuters]–The US Department of Commerce announced on May 30 that consumer spending (PCE) in May increased by 0.2% from the previous month. April … Read more

Rice wholesale prices accelerate to + 0.8% month-on-month in May Contribution to higher gasoline prices | Reuters

The May wholesale price index released by the US Department of Labor rose 0.8% month-on-month, accelerating growth from a 0.4% rise in April. The photo … Read more

Average US Gasoline Price Exceeds $ 5 for First, Spurring Inflation | Reuters

On June 11, US gasoline prices exceeded $ 5 a gallon for the first time. The rise in fuel costs, which is the main factor … Read more

Focus: US employment remains strong in May, Fed’s 50bp rate hike policy remains unchanged | Reuters

[Washington, 3rd Reuters]–The US non-farm payrolls increased by 390,000 from the previous month in May, and wages were still strong, so interest rates were raised … Read more