U.S. producer prices soar 10.8% in May as energy costs spike

A REPORT FROM the Labor Department Thursday showed that the producer price index — which measures inflation before it reaches consumers — rose at slightly slower pace last month than in April, when it jumped 10.9% from a year earlier, and is down from an 11.5% yearly gain in March. / CHARLES KRUPA / ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON (AP) – U.S. producer prices surged 10.8% in May from a year earlier, underscoring the ongoing threat to the economy from inflation that shows no sign of slowing. Tuesday's report from the Labor Department showed that the producer price index — which measures inflation before it reaches consumers — rose at slightly slower pace…

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