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David Rosnick is an economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, D.C. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from North Carolina State University and his M.A. in Economics from George Washington University.

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Articles by David Rosnick :

US CPI In June Shows Little Sign Of Rising Inflation – Analysis

Following a May fall of 0.3 percent in the Consumer Price Index, headline inflation did not change last month as

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US CPI Falls 0.3 Percent In May – Analysis

The US Consumer Price Index fell 0.3 percent in May. This represents the fourth consecutive month of slowing in headline

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US Unemployment Rate Edges Up To 8.2 Percent – Analysis

The US economy added 69,000 jobs in May—short of the 90,000 jobs needed to maintain pace with growth in the

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US CPI Flat In April – Analysis

The Consumer Price Index was unchanged in April as the price of energy commodities fell 2.6 percent. The core index

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US GDP Growth Weak As Government Spending Continues To Fall – Analysis

Growth in Gross Domestic Product fell to 2.2 percent in the first quarter of 2012 after a increasing at a

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Recession, Weak Economy Behind Revision Of Social Security’s Projected Shortfall To 2033 – Analysis

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According to the latest Social Security Trustees’ report released today, the projected shortfall in the financing of Social Security over

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US CPI Up 0.3 Percent In March – Analysis

The Consumer Price Index rose 0.3 percent in March and 3.7 percent annualized over the last three months. Inflation in

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Energy Prices Bump Up US Inflation As CPI Rises 0.4 Percent In February – Analysis

The Consumer Price Index rose 0.4 percent in February—the largest such gain since last April. Over the last three months,

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US Prices Rise Slightly In January – Analysis

The Consumer Price Index rose 0.2 percent in January as energy prices rose for the first time since September. Over

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