More “transitory” inflation. Will JPOW tell them when to rip off the stickers…? pic.twitter.com/oXm9pK3Nte
— Kuppy (@hkuppy) July 22, 2021
Companies are passing along higher costs to consumers—for now. “I don’t think anyone knows what the word transitory is really going to turn out to mean.” t.co/u3elAwqKQf
— Real Time Economics (@WSJecon) July 22, 2021
Consumers are in great shape.
Similar story at Discover… pic.twitter.com/L7bt2Yd6lp
— The Long View 🍥 (@HayekAndKeynes) July 22, 2021
Does this look like the Fed is getting anywhere close to tapering?
A $337 billion increase just in two months.
Largest amount in over a year. pic.twitter.com/pmV4Euu2Xl
— Otavio (Tavi) Costa (@TaviCosta) July 22, 2021
Any blind man can see that the reflationary effectiveness of monetary policy has collapsed over the past decade.
It was inevitable central banks would overuse their special powers until their only remaining effect was to sponsor suicidal speculation. pic.twitter.com/w9VQd10M1k
— Mac10 (@SuburbanDrone) July 22, 2021
US economy 2021
Inflation to da moon pic.twitter.com/ekybT7ClEd
— 🅰🅻🅴🆂🆂🅸🅾 (@AlessioUrban) July 23, 2021
A new internal poll from the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) shows growing concerns about rising inflation in a number of battleground districts ahead of 2022.