18 Jan 2023

High Supply-Chain Costs are Receding; Tracking Inventory on the Shelf

  Consumer prices that took off last year are starting to flatten out as a wave of rising supply-chain costs starts to retreat. The WSJ’s Sarah Nassauer, Suzanne Kapner and Nick Timiraos report the trends on store shelves may be another sign that inflation is starting to turn a corner. Many companies raised their prices […]

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15 Jan 2023

IMF Chief Says Global Inflation is Likely Nearing its Peak

  The global rise in consumer prices could be peaking, Kristalina Georgieva, managing director at the International Monetary Fund said. She warned that inflationary pressures could prove more persistent than in the past given heightened geopolitical tensions and a fragmentation in global manufacturing supply chains. “We actually think inflation is going to be harder to […]

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