Projected U.S. Health Care Costs

Projected U.S. Health Care Costs Over the next 10 years, the federal government is expected to spend $16 trillion on health care and $6 trillion on interest costs. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

U.S. Health Care Costs

U.S. Health Care Costs U.S. health care costs have skyrocketed and are higher than in any other country Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Labor Costs Lead Core Inflation by 6 Months

Labor Costs Lead Core Inflation by 6 Months Historically, U.S. labor costs have been a good leading indicator of core inflation, because when labor costs rise, companies tend to increase their prices. Image: Legg Mason

U.S. Inflation since 2000

U.S. Inflation since 2000 U.S. households are more concerned about the rising cost of medical care and housing, than overall inflation. Image: Financial Times