Through Wages, Investment, Employment, Output, and More
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Inflation May be Global—But the Eurozone's Price Problems Remains Fundamentally Unique in the Wake of Russia's Invasion of Ukraine
Introducing the New Tenant Repeat Rent Index—A New Way of Measuring Housing Inflation
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Why is US GDP Data Not Adding Up?
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How European Industry is Dealing With High Energy Prices—and Who is Picking Up the Slack
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Bank of Japan Still Believes Inflation is Transitory—And is Holding Out for Stronger Growth
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Plus: The Sub-Categories the Fed is Most Focused On
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10 Critical Charts on Where the US Economy is Headed
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The Pandemic Broke America's Housing Market in More Ways Than One
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What Can Central Banks Do In an Era of Supply Constraints?
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Where We've Been—And Where We're (Maybe) Going
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Pandemic-Era Car Shortages are the Defining Example of Supply-Chain Driven Inflation—And Vehicle Production Issues Are Still an Ongoing Worldwide Crisis
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