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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from inflation, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 12,771 stories have been published about inflation which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.

Media Bias Breakdown

How is the media covering Inflation?

Inflation often has a balanced coverage.
Left31%
Center35%
Right34%

Top News Stories

Business 路 Washington

Fed minutes point to more rate hikes quicker than the market anticipates

56% Center coverage: 30 sources
All participants at the Federal Reserve鈥檚 May 3-4 policy meeting backed a half-percentage-point rate increase to combat inflation they agreed had become a key threat to the economy鈥檚 performance and was at risk of racing higher without central bank action, newly released minutes of the session showed.See the Story
Business 路 Washington

U.S. deficit will skyrocket after shrinking to $1T this year, CBO predicts

42% Left coverage: 12 sources
US budget deficit could shrink to $1 trillion this year from $2.8 trillion last year. Congressional Budget Office says spending on Covid-19 aid slows and economy rebounds. COVID-19: Coronavirus Coverage Resources Best of Hawaii: Best ofHawaii.com.See the Story
US & Canada

Why are voters motivated more by emotions than policy? | The Ethical Life podcast

74% Center coverage: 15 sources
馃帶 The Amber Heard-Johnny Depp case or inflation? Why people seem to focus on social issues rather than on solutions that could fix the problems they care about the most.See the Story
Inflation

Asia's war on inflation targets supply, not consumers

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Indonesia last week hiked energy subsidies by $24 billion to contain energy costs. India this month banned wheat exports as a scorching heat wave curtailed output. Malaysia said it would stop exports of 3.6 million chickens monthly from June until prices stabilised. Western governments have been reluctant to intervene in production lines.See the Story
Asia 路 India

India to restrict sugar exports to safeguard food supplies

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
India is the world's largest producer of sugar and the second largest exporter behind Brazil. India will cap sugar exports at 10 million tons through September to maintain the country's supply and keep prices from spiking. India's sugar export restriction is the latest protectionist move by a number of countries around the world.See the Story
Inflation 路 Philippines

Philippines' Marcos names new finance chief and central bank governor

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Benjamin Diokno will be replaced by Felipe Medalla as Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) governor. Marcos also named Emmanuel Bonoan as public works secretary and Alfredo Pascual as trade secretary. The appointments indicate another continuity move by Marcos, who is expected to expand on many of the economic policies.See the Story
Economy 路 Malaysia

Malaysia's finance minister Zafrul says economy on track

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
Central bankers "still have room" to tighten monetary policy to tackle inflation. . Read more at straitstimes.com.See the Story
Inflation

'Choppy waters' could lie ahead for trust, warn health chiefs

Health bosses have said there could be 鈥渃hoppy waters鈥 ahead as inflation impacts the cost of running a health service in Cambridgeshire.See the Story
Inflation

Crucial meeting on inflation today; government may remove agri cess, discuss ways to bring down cement prices

Amid rising inflation, the government will hold a crucial meeting to discuss ways to arrest spiralling prices of commodities.See the Story

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