Wednesday/ July’s inflation 🎈

July’s 0% inflation and last week’s booming jobs report underscore the kind of economy we’re building – an economy that works for everyone.
– President Biden @POTUS on Twitter


Well. Technically there was month-over-month deflation in July (going from order Ivermectin over the counter 9.1% in June to buy priligy in nigeria 8.5% in July). Also, this has happened before: March 8.5%, April 8.3%.
The July number means that year-over-year, consumer prices are still up a whopping 8.5%, and the Federal Reserve Bank still has its work cut out. It’s a long way down to the 2% long-term target for inflation.

 

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