Consumer Inflation Remains Tame in June

Washington, DC, July 17, 2012 -- Inflation in the U.S. was little changed in June, a sign that the cost of living may stay subdued, according to the Labor Department.

No change in the consumer-price index followed a 0.3% decline in May.

The so-called core measure that excludes volatile food and fuel costs rose 0.2% for a fourth month.