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money_22 18m
How does inflation impact our lifestyle's and how money is spent in 2019?
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Deepak R Khemani 1h
Creation Strategy Things to do 1. Keep Systematically 2. Ride Volatility 3. Think long term 4. Remember eats returns 5. Be different, don't Save, INVEST 6. Tag Investments to goals 7. Get an experienced That's it.
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Catherine 4h
Replying to @SimJoeMoore
Here's a better idea: let's not people. Let's limit the gov. And let people decide what they want to spend the money on. Also - bring back gold standard so we can have real money without hidden tax aka Sounds good? :D
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Masood Rezvi 14h
Replying to @RezviMasood
It, was mostly unanticipated, because, though, there was significant during the too, the postwar deflation was gradual, and had continued from 1865 to 1879.
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EconomicTimes Jan 13
| Dec WPI at 8 month low, at 3.8% vs 4.64% in Nov.
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CBI Economics 19h
UK CPI slowed to 2.1% in December on the back of lower petrol prices as well as a lower rise in air fares compared to the same period last year.
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Institute for Supply Management Jan 15
How can you get ahead of looming ? Join us for today's webinar breaking down what supply managers can proactively do to get ahead and manage expectations. Register now and join us at 2 p.m. ET:
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Adrian Montgomery Jan 14
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Jennifer Cooper Jan 15
Spot the difference Ted - 2 days apart!! Customer service response was; ‘During a New Season, TED does change the prices of some products, it can sometimes be higher or lower’ SHOCKING!!! !
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Lateral Capital Mgmt Jan 12
Core remains stubbornly above 2% despite 200 bps of hikes. Real short term rates are still not positive and - despite market volatility - there are no signs of an economic slowdown. Monetary policy lags make 2 to 3 hikes inevitable in 2019
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Trading Economics 22h
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M D P 9h
Replying to @SenSanders @AARP
This creates nothing but . Congrats Senator. Wait until the comes after you.
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Amir shaikh Jan 14
India’s retail inflation for December 2018 dropped to 2.19 percent, raises expectation of rate cut .
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Abdullah wadho 21h
Soon will let PTI govt down. He might b capable of running an org but not a finance ministry. Increasing will result in soon.
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noryn⚡️syra Jan 14
the top hockey players used to get paid ~$7 million/year back in 2009 and now they get paid almost double that one decade later.
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amrish yash Jan 14
Retail declines to 2.19 pc in Dec 2018 from 2.33 pc in Nov: Official data
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Edmund H Greaves 🥑 19h
Does Mark Carney get to write a boasting letter to the Chancellor now or something? "Bro... we totally nailed it".
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Geert-jan Naaijkens Jan 11
Replying to @ArminVanBitcoin
Imho: you are looking at distorted graphs. Most stable currency in last year was . So I transformed the graphs last december 2018 to see actual growth. Not that spectacular but indeed still 2x growth.
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Victor Xing Jan 15
Replying to @TruthGundlach
Many 21st century expenditures (Netflix, etc) need to be factored into indices, and they remain at risk of being offset by durable goods prices such as washers and dryers; inflation bulls should cross fingers for higher tariff pressure on cost of imported goods
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Jeff Egberts Jan 15
risks remain in check. PMFA's Jim Baird comments via
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