US inflation soars 5% to highest level since 2008

Consumer prices have soared 5% in the US compared to a year earlier, as demand for goods and services soars. If high levels of inflation persist, the US Federal Reserve could be forced to adjust monetary policy. Also in the show: French restaurant owners weigh a settlement offer from insurance giant AXA in a case related to pandemic claims, and UN new report says child labour is on the rise for the first time in two decades.

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