Inflation accelerated in March in the United States, a movement which should continue in the months to come due to a sustained recovery in the economy.
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On a month-over-month basis, inflation rose 0.6% from February, according to data released Tuesday by the Labor Department, a little more than the 0.5% expected by analysts.
The increase is 2.6% compared to March 2020, when prices, under the effect of containment, had fallen.
This is a high since fall 2018.