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Wholesale Prices Rise More than 10 Percent, Pointing to Continued Price Hikes

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Tags Economic FreedomEconomic PolicyThe FedInflationMonetary PolicyU.S. Economy

06/22/2022Ryan McMaken

Year-over-year PPI growth came in at over 10 percent for the sixth month in a row. This will put more pressure on the Fed to "do something." 

Original Article: "Wholesale Prices Rise More than 10 Percent, Pointing to Continued Price Hikes"

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Wholesale Prices Rise More than 10 Percent, Pointing to Continued Price Hikes