We have a mystery when we see that corporations are shrinking packages while their CEOs’ inflation expectations are uninformed.
Looking at generational spending, we can see our age-related expenses and also how inflation will affect the different groups.
The U.S. BLS will be using real time data from J.D. Power for new cars and trucks in its May CPI (Consumer Price Index) release.
Ranging from milk to Argentina, while the range of inflation facts is massive, always they return us to the meaning of a price.
While monthly CPI reports emphasize the average increase in prices, we can also use it to see the differences in household spending.
Looking at grade inflation at colleges and universities, we can ask whether the increase can be compared to prices.
To solve the mystery created by the inflation worries that are in the news, we can look at sticky and flexible prices.
A Consumer Price Index (CPI) that went up by just .6 percent during the past year hides a much larger increase in some grocery prices.