US consumer prices rose 7.5 percent last month – the sharpest annual rise since February 1982.
Patricia Sabga has covered news from Wall Street to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. An award-winning journalist, best-selling author, and digital co... ntent strategist, she created, launched and managed the Al Jazeera Media Network's first business and economics vertical. Patricia has also worked as a correspondent for PBS NewsHour Weekend, Al Jazeera America, NBC News, CNBC and CNN.
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