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WGSBEconomics 6m
Review: why do governments & economists target having price rises? Wouldn't it be easier if prices just stayed the same? Are they frightened of something?!
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Money Moves 1h
Let’s talk about ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “Ah, last year when I bought a bag of rice, it was N12,500, it is now N14,200” . Today, a bottle of water costs N50, by next year/2 years time,…
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s mariappan. Nov 12
retail inflation cools low as year end 3.31 %
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Tilly Baldwin 49m
Slowing and faster wage growth should mean workers see their buying power improve for the rest of the year, comments in the
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Michael Ng 1h
comes in at 2.5% YoY in October, a 20bps acceleration from September. Core CPI inflation decelerated to 2.1%, down 10bps from September via :
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Marc Brütsch Nov 12
: Annual headline eases further to 3.3% in October Source:
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circa metwo Nov 11
creeping prices across Apple's portfolio and the mobile category signal that costlier devices are here to stay -- and it may be our fault by buying them in droves in the first place
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ABP News Nov 12
Good News! Lower food prices ease India's October retail to 3.31%
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Guy LeBas 2h
If the current / PCE trend holds--forgetting about what energy does--the core PCE YoY will be at 1.7 - 1.8% by year end. That's 20-30bps below the Fed's target during a hiking cycle.
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Traders Community 7m
Core CPI creeping M/M Ex food and energy 0.2% vs +0.2% exp Prior +0.1% Y/Y Ex-food and energy +2.1% vs +2.2% exp Update
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Rick Rieder 16m
While data has notoriously “surprised to the downside, due to ‘one-off’ factors” in recent years; today’s data is perhaps remarkable in its un-exceptionality, as Core printed at 2.1%, very close to consensus expectations.
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Don Curren 58m
BMO notes that there are reports of companies in the US raising prices for airfares, cans of soda, snacks, paint, etc in the US. But . . . .
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Richard Bernstein 42m
The 10-year yield has been following ’s gradual rise and returns have suffered in textbook fashion. Duration risk will likely remain so long as inflation’s trend remains intact.
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Don Curren 1h
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Siddhant Anand 1h
The gained 36 paise to end at 72.31 against the on Wednesday as global prices hovered near one-year lows, easing concerns over expanding current account deficit () and
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Ulrik Harald Bie 2h
US inflation increased to 2.5% in October, largely due to higher contribution from energy prices. With recent collapse in oil prices, that will be reversed in November. Core inflation down a little; contribution from shelter has started to decline.
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Daniella 💚⚡ 1h
is the root of all evil
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Anna Breman 6h
somewhat below expectations . Less likelihood of December rate hike comment here
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Insight DIY 47m
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Janet Scott 19h
Replying to @jamesjdunham
Have a better ... maybe a little
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