I agree Mr. Politano. That people couldn’t spend much money on services during the pandemic led to more demand for goods, leading to supply chain issues. Let’s see whether this trend shifts.
— Kaya Özyürek (@financeplumber) January 17, 2022
Not just motorists feeling the pinch from soaring oil prices. Shipping freight rates from China have risen for a fifth consecutive week. pic.twitter.com/xECpRHlS1L
— David Scutt (@Scutty) January 17, 2022
Full steam ahead for container shipping profits leaves inflation in its wake t.co/TQFTi1Q0kw
— Bloomberg Markets (@markets) January 18, 2022
tHE fed IS lOsing CreDibiLITy on infLatioN pic.twitter.com/xVtBXECC9Q
— Joe Weisenthal (@TheStalwart) January 18, 2022
— Liz Ann Sonders (@LizAnnSonders) January 18, 2022
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