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subsequent oil embargoes by the U.S. and the European Union have also further strained the global energy supply, isolating one of the world’s largest oil and gas producers and driving prices higher as countries scramble for replacements. Gas prices only started falling in the summer, after a prolonged rise at the start of the year. And rising natural gas prices have led to spikes in the cost of electricity, sending energy bills soaring in some cities. The federal government has taken steps to combat rising prices. President Joe Biden has authorized several withdrawals from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and more than 20 states, including New York, Connecticut and Georgia, either paused their local gas taxes or introduced legislation to do so. The Federal Reserve has also raised interest rates four times this year, including the biggest rate hike since 1994 on Wednesday, to try to cool demand by making it more expensive for consumers and businesses to borrow money. Nigel Chiwaya Nigel Chiwaya is a senior data editor for NBC News. JoElla Carman JoElla Carman is the Data Graphics Interactive Visual Designer for NBC News Digital. Danica Jefferies Danica Jefferies is an intern with the Data Graphics team for NBC News Digital.

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June 17, 2022, 4:00 AM +07 / Updated Aug. 10, 2022, 7:49 PM +07 By Nigel Chiwaya, JoElla Carman and Danica Jefferies Inflation is rocking U.S. consumers at levels not experienced in more than 40 years. From the cost of buying and renting homes and buying weekly groceries to filling up the gas tank, booking travel and more, rising prices have hit U.S. spenders for much of this year. The skyrocketing cost of living has prompted state legislators to suspend gas taxes and encouraged a flurry of moves from the White House and the Federal Reserve to keep prices from spiraling out of control. NBC News is tracking inflation levels across a variety of consumer metrics. The chart below, which shows how prices each month compare to the same time a year earlier, will be updated monthly. For more than a year, broad swaths of the economy have been dealing with supply chain disruptions that have affected the availability of wine and video game consoles to cars and eggs. For cars and consumer electronics, even if manufacturers wanted to build more items, they haven’t had enough computer chips or raw materials to do so for more than a year. That has led to sharp rises in prices for new and used cars — if there are any left on the lot — and to scalpers snatching’ up the latest video game consoles to resell at inflated prices. Get the Morning Rundown Get a head start on the morning’s top stories. SIGN UP THIS SITE IS PROTECTED BY RECAPTCHA PRIVACY POLICY | TERMS OF SERVICE Many industries, including oil refineries, car factories and airlines, cut staff and production in 2020 at the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic, leaving them understaffed when demand for travel roared back. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and

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a dollar less than it was in June. Get the Morning Rundown Get a head start on the morning’s top stories. SIGN UP THIS SITE IS PROTECTED BY RECAPTCHA PRIVACY POLICY | TERMS OF SERVICE Even with those declines, Federal Reserve officials are signaling they will continue their hard stance against further inflation. For one thing, the U.S. economy continues to add jobs at a breakneck pace. Last week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said the economy stacked up 528,000 new payrolls — a sign that demand for labor remains strong. And pay for private-sector workers is also climbing at a pace that is putting upward pressure on prices. In the second quarter, wages and salaries grew by 5.8% compared with a year earlier, the fastest rate for records tracing to 2001, although that is still below the current inflation rate. Recommended CONSUMER Coca-Cola’s newest flavor ‘Dreamworld’ supposedly tastes like dreams CONSUMER U.S. Postal Service asks for temporary postage hike for holiday season As part of its effort to rein in high prices, the Fed raised its key rate by 0.75% late last month, its fourth rate increase of the year. “My view is that similarly sized [interest rate] increases should be on the table until we see inflation declining in a consistent, meaningful, and lasting way,” Michelle Bowman, a member of the Federal Reserve board of governors, said in recent prepared remarks for the Kansas Bankers Association, according to CNBC. San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said Sunday that the Fed is “far from done” with its work to fight inflation. “Americans are losing ground every day. So the focus has to be on bringing inflation down,” she said. The Fed’s continued hawkishness is also putting pressure on stock prices. “Until inflation abates and the Federal Reserve rebalances its priorities away from inflation and toward growth, tempting rallies are likely to remain unsustainable,” Shah, of Principal Global Investors, wrote in a note to clients this week. Rob Wile Rob Wile is a breaking business news reporter for NBC News Digital.

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