The Labor Department announced Tuesday that February's annual inflation rate was 6%. That's slightly better than January's 6.4% -- but still high. Also, we're not sure how it happened, but prices managed to INCREASE by .4% last month, as inflation DECREASED by the EXACT same amount.

According to CBS News, those numbers mean the Federal Reserve is facing a "double whammy of stubbornly high inflation and instability in the banking sector." Analysts at FOX Business weren't too thrilled with this week's economic news either. An economist at the University of Central Florida pointed out:

"You still have persistent high inflation and double-digit [growth] in key areas like food and electricity. These are big shares of consumers' budgets still rising every month at a pretty rapid pace."

As usual, the economic news for Joe's regime isn't good. Prices continue going up, and revenue keeps going down. Based on last year's costs, FOX Business says rent costs jumped 8.2% over last year; food prices rose 10.2%; electricity is up 12.9%; and airline tickets are 26.5% higher.

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Inflation cooled in February, yet remains stubbornly high (CBS News)

Food, rent and energy prices remain high in February inflation breakdown (FOX Business)

Silvergate ßank Collapses (TheStreet)

Signature Bank becomes next casualty of banking turmoil after SVB (Reuters)

'Excessive' ßiden budget plan would cause national debt to hit nearly $51 trillion by 2033 (New York Post)

U.S. National Debt Clock: Real Time

Federal Debt: Total Public Debt (FRED)