The number could indicate the Fed's interest rate hikes are starting to take effect, slowing the economy and reigning in inflation.
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The currency chaos is hitting markets worldwide, dropping currencies such as the euro and the pound to near parity with the U.S. dollar.
It's not the only company planning early holiday deals.
WFAA goes inside Toyota's North American headquarters to talk about the real-world effects of the 'Inflation Reduction Act' vehicle incentives.
If the fed raises interest rates again, it would mark the highest rate in 14 years, since the financial crisis of 2008.
Goodguys Road & Custom Association announced that it's moving its headquarters from California.
The deal, which includes a 24% pay raise, will go to union members for a vote after a cooling-off period of several weeks.
Voting is open for the next National Toy Hall of Fame inductee.
One Arlington store owner told WFAA that the cost of shipping his product from overseas has more than doubled.
Sharply lower prices for gas and cheaper used cars slowed inflation, but many other items rose in price.
The moves come after several years of disappointing sales at Burger King’s 7,058 U.S. stores.