Washingto — US consumer prices rose more than expected in July, with a measure of underlying inflation increasing by the most in more than 29 years amid broad gains in the costs of goods and services.

The report from the labor department on Wednesday, however, probably does not mark the start of worrisome inflation, and the Federal Reserve is likely to continue pumping money into the economy to aid the recovery from the Covid-19 recession...

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