Inflation has been something of a puzzle for the Federal Reserve Bank. Despite robust economic growth in the recent U.S. expansion, inflation has remained below the Fed's target rate of 2 percent.

In this month's Economic Perspectives video, Paul Single, City National Rochdale managing director and senior portfolio manager, takes a look back at the history of inflation.

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