Inflation continues to rise in the United States. By June 2022, the cost of living in the world’s first economy registered a annual variation of 11.2%, according to data provided by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
(See: IMF cuts US GDP by 2022).
This figure is the largest 12-month increase since November 1981, explained the statistical entity.
This result was greater than the expectations that the market was expecting, specifically the 8.8% for economists surveyed by Bloomberg Y Reuters.
In this way, the monthly variation in the cost of living was 1.3% since May, while core inflation registered a variation of 5.9% in the annual measurement.
Cut to June, the annual variation of food is 10.4% and of the meals inside the home of 12.2%. the category of Energy registered an advance of 41.6%; the gasoline marks a price change of 59.9% and the service of natural gas in 38.4%. The electricity it does the same in 13.7%.