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Higher Interests Rates Are On The Horizon

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said "some pain is coming to households and businesses" as interest rates rise.


0:33Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
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Powell: Fed Could Keep Lifting Rates Sharply 'For Some Time'

1:00Man shops at a supermarket
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Inflation Eases As Consumer Prices Rise 6.3% In July, Down From June

4:03College graduates
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Is A College Education Still Worth It?

2:00Referees talk on a field.
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Referee Shortage Could Put An End To Some States' Friday Night Lights

2:17University of California, Berkeley freshmen Sanaa Sodhi, right, and Cheryl Tugade look for apartments in Berkeley
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No Relief From Skyrocketing Rent Prices Nationwide

2:45A home is shown as sold.
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Housing Market Is Cooling Off, But Interest Rates May Pause Price Drop

1:31Pedestrians walk past the New York Stock Exchange.
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Stocks Slip On Wall Street, Erasing Weekly Gains For S&P 500

2:56A woman wheels a cart with her purchases out of a Walmart.
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U.S. Retail Sales Were Flat In July As Inflation Takes A Toll

4:24A person pumps gas.
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Gas Prices Have Dropped, But The Relief Might Not Stick

3:07a shopper pushes his cart past a display of packaged meat in a grocery store in southeast Denver
David Zalubowski / AP

Grocery Inflation Is Still Increasing

"For Sale" sign outside a home
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U.S. Key 30-Year Mortgage Rate Spikes To 5.22%

1:54The price of regular unleaded gas is advertised for just under $4 a gallon
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No Inflation Spike In The Month Of July

2:36Man shopping for groceries
Andres Kudacki / AP

U.S. Inflation Slips From 40-Year Peak But Remains High At 8.5%

1:32A mechanic refills oil in a car.

Complaints, Scams Rising In The High-Priced Consumer Market

5:04Shipping containers in port
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Checking Up On Global Supply Chains

2:13The Port of Los Angeles
Damian Dovarganes / AP

How The Port Of Los Angeles Has Changed

4:05Construction workers help direct traffic.
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U.S. Employers Added 528,000 Jobs in July; Unemployment Falls To 3.5%

3:34A "for sale" sign hangs from a post outside of a vacant business building
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How The Federal Reserve's Rate Hikes Affect Your Finances

3:09A motorist fills up the tank on a sedan, July 22, 2022, in Saratoga
David Zalubowski AP

Gas Prices Are Starting To Decrease Nationwide

0:21Euro banknotes
Matthias Schrader / AP

Inflation Hits Record 8.9% In Countries Using The Euro

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How Bach Parties Turned Into A Vacation

3:01A sign shows gas prices
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Oil Companies Cash In Amid High Gas Prices

2:41Granddaddy’s Famous Hot Chicken in Nashville, Tennessee
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Inflation Taking A Bite Out Of Restaurant Owners Across The Country

2:54A man shops at a supermarket.
Andres Kudacki / AP

U.S. Economy Shrank 0.9% Last Quarter, Its 2nd Straight Drop

1:59People look into a store's refrigerator.

The Real-Life Impact Of The Federal Reserve Hike

5:18Travellers queue at security at Heathrow Airport in London
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Why Your Flight Keeps Getting Canceled

0:12Gasoline nozzle being used to pump gas.
David Zalubowski / AP

Average U.S. Gasoline Price Falls 32 Cents To $4.54 Per Gallon

4:37People are evacuated from floodwaters in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida in LaPlace, LA.

Ever-Growing Cost Of Evacuating Pushes Some To Stay In Disaster Zones

1:58Home for sale
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U.S. Home Sales Fell In June As Prices Reach New Heights

4:00Trucks line up to enter a Port of Oakland shipping terminal on Nov. 10, 2021, in Oakland, Calif.
Noah Berger / AP

Truckers Protest Proposed Restrictions On Private Contractors