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Nearly Half of Canadian Families Experiencing Some Difficulty Affording Food

We reported that food prices are on the rise in Canada and worldwide. A recent survey (n= 5,011) shows the impact inflation is having on Canadian families. [...]

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Powell on the “Economic Exit from the Pandemic”

At last, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has begun speaking independently as he departs from the Biden agenda. Former President Trump and Powell notoriously [...]

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Florida Ports are Open for Business

Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis proudly announced: “Florida ports are open for business!” The Jacksonville Port Authority (“Jaxport”) is on board and has [...]

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Are the US Supply Chain Disruptions Deliberate?

  (Image by © Reuters / Alan Devall) Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo may have accidentally leaked the cause of America’s supply chain issues. [...]

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Viewing Inflation Through Rose-Colored Glasses

Once “we get the pandemic under control, the global economy comes back, these pressures will mitigate and I believe will go back to normal levels,” Treasury [...]

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Stagflation is Here

QUESTION: When do we talk about stagflation? F ANSWER: We are already experiencing it. Normally, the standard definition of “stagflation” has been [...]

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Inflation to Rise into 2034?

Inflation continued to surge, reaching 5.4% in September. Janet Yellen has never been right about anything and keeps calling this “transitory,” as if it [...]

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Inflation is Hitting Every Sector – Not Transitory

COMMENT: All these increased demands for my product is great, but it comes with quite a wholesale flower prices have also increased significantly making the cost of [...]

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When Inflation is really Deflation

QUESTION: Why is the Fed doing so much Reverse Repo? Do you think it will hit $2 trillion? JE ANSWER: I understand that people seem to be talking up the reverse [...]

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Inflation into 2021

QUESTION: Hi, Martin You have referenced the three different types of inflation in previous posts. Please speak to what we can expect to see manifest from this [...]

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