Bidenflation Surges Again as Prices Rise at Fastest Pace in 31 Years

Bidenflation Surges Again as Prices Rise at Fastest Pace in 31 Years


The Federal Reserve’s go-to barometer of inflation soared in October to the fastest annual pace of price increases in 31-years, data from the Commerce Department showed Wednesday.

The personal consumption expenditure price index rose five percent compared with October 2020, an acceleration from the 4.4 percent annual gain recorded in September. Compared with the prior month, prices rose 0.6 percent, the biggest monthly jump since 2008.

Core PCE inflation, which excludes volatile food and fuel categories, rose 4.1 percent annually, also the fastest pace since November 1990. For the month, it rose 0.4 percent. That is lower than the levels hit in April, May, and June of this year, which were the highest since 2001.

The personal consumption expenditure price index is

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