At InflationData we strive to provide the best Inflation information not only based on the CPI-U from the U.S. Bureau of labor statistics but also based on alternative sources to provide you with a balanced, objective view of the actual inflation situation.
Some of the information we provide is a variety of Inflation Charts, commentary on the current inflation situation and a Chart of the Annual Inflation Rate, which is very useful for spotting trends in the Inflation Rate.
We also have the Current Inflation Rate for the United States in table format since 2000. Or you can view the Historical Inflation Rate data tables going all the way back to the beginning of the consumer price index in 1913.
We also publish the actual Current Consumer Price Index (CPI-U) and Historical Consumer Price Index Data as published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. If you need to calculate the inflation rate between two dates, use our handy easy to use Inflation calculator or if you need to know the cumulative inflation rate you can use our Cumulative Inflation Calculator.
To find the difference in the cost of living between two cities use our Cost of Living Comparison Calculator.
We also track a variety of commodity prices and their inflation adjusted prices and provide charts such as Gasoline Price Inflation, Inflation Adjusted Electricity Prices, Gold, Inflation Adjusted NYSE Stock Index, College Costs, Corn, Inflation Indexed Bonds, Natural Gas Prices, and Inflation Adjusted Oil Prices since 1947 in Chart and Table form.
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If you are wondering how "miserable" the economy is the Misery Index is a combination of inflation and unemployment.
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