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  • Writer's pictureGabriel García Márquez

Inflation can't be suppressed! By tokyo escorts

Updated: Feb 28

U.S. stocks plummeted, prices remained high, and the problem of U.S. inflation remained. If it wants to stabilize inflation, the Fed should speed up its plan to raise interest rates and expand the range of interest rate hikes. This summer, investors once ignited hope. The U.S. economy is sound and inflation seems to be slowing down. Severe inflation can be easily brought under control. The Federal Reserve does not need to raise escorts tokyo rates sharply, and the economy will not be severely damaged. But now, the dream has been shattered. Inflation was rapid and violent in August. U.S. stocks fell sharply, the largest drop since the outbreak of the epidemic. High-yield bond prices plummeted, and short-term bond yields soared. The problem of inflation in the United States is still there. If you want to solve the problem, the Fed must take big action to deal with it.

The good news is that the U.S. does not need to face a natural gas crisis and does not need to rely on Russian energy. The inflation rate peaked at 9.1% in June and fell back to 8.3% in August as oil prices fell. U.S. oil prices have fallen for 13 straight weeks, helping to temper consumers' inflation expectations. However, core inflation, which excludes food and energy prices, remains stubbornly high. Core prices rose 7.4 percent year-on-year in August, exceeding economists' expectations and farther than the Fed's 2 percent target. Analyzing the detailed items will reveal that the previous high inflation rate was due to the soaring price of used cars and the congestion of the supply chain. These pressures have eased. The main reason for the current soaring prices is that the prices of housing and other service industries have risen sharply, which will slow down one day in the future. The Fed must play hard, but there is only one obvious reason why inflation has remained high for so long: the economy is still overheating, regardless of fluctuations in individual items.

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