The Midwest consumer price index for energy costs vaulted 4.3 percent, largely because of an 8.5 percent hike in motor fuel prices.
The Midwest consumer price index for energy costs vaulted 4.3 percent, largely because of an 8.5 percent hike in motor fuel prices. Steve Bloom The Olympian
The Midwest consumer price index for energy costs vaulted 4.3 percent, largely because of an 8.5 percent hike in motor fuel prices. Steve Bloom The Olympian

Signs at the gas pumps tell the consumer price index story

June 19, 2015 10:28 AM