Prices rose again in September, ensuring more interest rate hikes

Thursday's released Data will shape the hike in interest rates to the Federal Reserve’s economy.

After seven months, there has been some relief in the economy after the central bank raised rates.

The prices of housing, groceries and clothing affect the budgets of households across the country.

Policymakers are faced with troubling choices about the way Ahead.

Inflation has to be controlled before moving forward in daily life.

The five rate hikes they are already undertaking could soon send the economy.

David Wilcox said, "The report was yet another indication that inflation is a bigger problem, a more stubborn beast, than what it had seemed to be earlier,”

September prices rise 8.2 percent compared with last year.