— Stansberry Research (@Stansberry) October 13, 2021
— GnS Economics (@GnSEconomics) October 15, 2021
inflation sours biden's approval rating pic.twitter.com/Yb0dKbJTmG
— Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) October 15, 2021
Retailers forecast disappointing holiday season as labor shortage ragest.co/rkniVPGGPy
— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) October 15, 2021
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) October 14, 2021
— Samantha LaDuc (@SamanthaLaDuc) October 16, 2021
🇺🇸🤯⁉️ The plot thickens…
Gauging from consumer confidence, the US recession likelihood is now highest since March 2020 (as the expectations component has weakened since March) $usd $tlt $spy #stagflation pic.twitter.com/FFOeTlpdwF
— Martin Enlund 🦆🚁 (@enlundm) October 13, 2021
Stagflation Light Might Strike as Early as the Third Quarter This Year
Let's discuss recession and stagflation possibilities.t.co/c5jbmxOXcO
— Mike "Mish" Shedlock (@MishGEA) October 7, 2021
Why stagflation is a likely outcome in the current economic situation
— Brave New Europe (@BRAVENEWEUROPE1) October 15, 2021
The University of Michigan’s gauge of consumer sentiment fell to a preliminary October reading of 71.4 from a final September reading of 72.8. Economists…
The big question for the global economy: Will price rises feed further inflation cycles? More than a dozen central banks have raised interest rates but two that haven’t are those that loom largest over the global economy: the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank.
Social media users have begun posting pictures of empty shelves, blaming the problem on Joe Biden’s mismanagement as shortages begin to be felt.
Economic policymakers have said inflation will prove temporary, but rising rents may challenge that view and pressure Washington to react.