There was an unusual spike in demand that began during March 2020. It signaled the beginning of the lockdown: Spirits had the largest gain. But that was not the whole story. Consumer Spending Changes More Our spending patterns changed during…
Knowing the difference between millions, billions, and trillions can help us to understand the Covid-19 vaccine supply chain.
During the holiday season, our gift giving might have less value than we expect because recipients engage in preference falsification.
When we look at Christmas tree demand and supply, we can get a picture of how the holiday economy will appear.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the change in our Thanksgiving turkey demand has affected farmers, markets, and restaurants.
Responding to lockdowns, pandemic doggy demand is soaring and creating more business for a slew of canine services.
When shopping in a supermarket or deciding whether to retake a test, we should be aware of our left-digit bias.
Ranging from lockdowns to legalization, there are many reasons that our marijuana demand and supply are changing.
First it was toilet paper and hand sanitizer. Now it’s canned corn. But the story is somewhat different. Canned Corn Shortages This year, we’ve purchased a lot more corn. Second only to tomatoes in dollar value, canned corn sales are…