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  • Why do we study economic inclusion?

    Chris Webb, a Cleveland poet, performer, and filmmaker, and Perris Mackey, a Northeast Ohio collage artist, partnered with the Cleveland Fed to illustrate why the Bank studies economic inclusion and how it’s necessary for a thriving economy. Watch the video.

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    Economic inclusion through the eyes of a poet and an artist; the pandemic-era housing market; and inflation. Subscribe now.

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    October 2021 Median CPI Release

    The median consumer price index rose 0.6% (7.1% annualized rate) in October 2021. The 16% trimmed-mean consumer price index rose 0.7% (8.9% annualized rate) during the month. Current Median CPI

  • Manufacturing Wage Premiums Have Diverged between Production and Nonproduction Workers

    Some manufacturing workers earn substantially more than their non-manufacturing peers. Others do not. Read why

  • MCPI 2015-2

    Inflation answers, in 90 seconds or less!

    What is inflation, why does it matter to you, and why does the Fed care about it? It’s not TikTok, but these videos keep it short.

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  • 09.29.22

    Inflation: Drivers and Dynamics Conference 2022

    The Inflation: Drivers and Dynamics 2022 conference, co-sponsored by the Center for Inflation Research and the European Central Bank will take place on September 29-30, 2022 in Cleveland, OH.

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