U.S. consumer prices rose by 0.2% in June
The U.S. consumer prices rose by 0.2% in June for the fourth consecutive time. The rise was caused due to the increase of fuel, rent and medical care costs. According to media reports, an increase in the gasoline costs was caused due to rebound of oil prices in spring. Growth of prices involved inflation. So that the basic expenses of the population, such as payment for housing and medical services rose in June.