Inflation slows for the first time in the United States since August

For the first time since last month, inflation in the United States rested since August since, although prices continued to rise, they were at a slower pace than in previous months.
 
Ending the month of April, the consumer price index rose 8.3%, reported the Bureau of Labor Statistics, giving a higher result than economists had expected.
 
In March a decrease of 8.5% was registered, being the highest level in the last 40 years.
 
An increase of 0.3% in the month of April, which adjusted for seasonal fluctuations, is less than the 1.2% registered in the month of March. Without taking food and energy into account, the increase in inflation was 0.6%.

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