THE YEAR IN MONEY
Products with the biggest price hikes
Overall, inflation hovered at 4%. But higher fuel prices were to blame for more drastic increases in some common products.
Gasoline (all types)
Other motor fuels
Propane, kerosene and firewood
Credit cards offering the lowest rates
Best movies with a money message
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By Carolyn Bigda, Beth Braverman, Kim Clark, Donna Rosato and Tali Yahalom
Source: Sources:Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Agriculture, National Potato Council, U.S. Apple Association
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