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President Trump’s latest tariffs on imports from China could make smartphones and computers more expensive, but the White House doesn’t th...

The White House believes China would "bear the burden" of the tariffs instead of US consumers, but there's little guarantee of that.

Prices in Venezuela rocketed 130,000% last year

Venezuela's central bank released its first inflation data since 2015, showing the dismal state of the economy. GDP fell at least 10% for 11 quarters.

Here’s how much an iPhone XS costs in 25 different countries

An iPhone XS costs the most in Brazil, Turkey, and Argentina, and the least in Nigeria. They sell for about $1,251 in the United States.

Here’s how much an iPhone XS costs in 25 different countries

An iPhone XS costs the most in Brazil, Turkey, and Argentina, and the least in Nigeria. They sell for about $1,251 in the United States.

The Fed’s favorite inflation gauge just rose at the slowest pace in more than a year

The Federal Reserve's favorite measure of inflation rose at the slowest pace in more than a year while consumer spending picked up.
Walmart is known for its low prices.

How Walmart keeps its prices so low

Walmart is known for its low prices. Here's how the retail giant does it.
Prices are fluctuating at Whole Foods.

Whole Foods is raising prices on some items and discontinuing others as it gets ravaged by rising costs

Whole Foods lowered prices after it was purchased by Amazon. Now it's raising some to partially offset rising transportation and packaging costs.

Why you should keep your current smartphone for as long as you can

It's true that smartphones are better than ever, but they're also more expensive.

Here’s what a fast-food burger cost the year you were born

The prices of burgers from your favorite fast food chains have changed a lot over the years. Here's what fast-food burgers cost every year on average since the year you were born.

Washing machines offer a simple explanation for how Trump’s trade war could cause sticker shock in America

As the trade war between Washington and Beijing rises to new heights, washing machine price tags may offer a glimpse of what's ahead for American consumers.