What was the inflation rate for 2009?

Answer The average inflation rate for 2009 in the United States, as measured by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in the Consumer Price Index, was -0.4 percent, meaning that 2009 was a year with mild de... Read More »

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What is the U.S. inflation rate for January, 2009?

The rate of inflation in the United States in January of 2009 was zero. This was preceded by a rate of inflation of .01 in December of 2008 and followed by an inflation rate of 0.2 in February of 2... Read More »

What is the inflation rate in the USA?

The inflation rate in the United States, as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI), declined by 0.2 percent on a seasonally adjusted basis in May 2010. The CPI Index increased by two percent be... Read More »

What was the inflation rate in 2008?

Generally, inflation is increase of prices over a course of time. Inflation is measured by comparing the Consumer Price Index from year to year. The Consumer Price Index measures the average cost o... Read More »

What is the typical rate of inflation?

Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan explains in his book “The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World” that the typical rate depends on the culture and country. For example, as ... Read More »