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Inflation rate at 6.4%. Fed has not yet ‘won the battle against inflation,’ Northeastern economists explain

U.S. inflation moderated in January from historic highs, but two Northeastern experts say the economy has a ways to go before it is reigned in.

The consumer-price index, a measure of inflation, climbed 6.4% in January from a year earlier, and is down from 6.5% in December, the Labor Department said Tuesday. The report marked the seventh straight month of cooling in annual inflation since it peaked at 9.1% in June, the highest reading since 1981.

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