Inflation has Probably Peaked, but Significant Risks Remain
Wonder why Fed & Officials have been so unclear about the macroeconomic definition of “transitory” -prices adapt to increased supply and demand factors- leaving the public & media to understand such an important term in its ordinary sense, ie as time passes. Most of the risks we face now are pretty similar to 2021. Thanks for Apricitas!!!
Can you add a PDF print button, please? I usually print off good articles to read later. Thank you.
So the likeliest source of inflation is geopolitical — actions of Russia and China. So Fed actions would have what possible effects on that?