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China consumer prices rise at fastest pace in nearly 8 years, driven by a surge in pork prices via CNBC #news  #CNBC 

China consumer prices rise at fastest pace in nearly 8 years, driven by a surge in pork prices

CEEMarketWatch - Consumer prices fall 0.2% y/y in October: - Transportation prices decrease while cigarette prices rise because of new excise tax

It looks like the Fed wants to change its own mandate on inflation. If consumer prices, based on official government measures, rise at less than a 2% annual rate, the #Fed  will rescue consumers by making sure that their future cost of living rises faster to make up the shortfall.

In case you missed it: Eurozone inflation quickens. Consumer prices rise 1% in Nov vs estimate of 0.9% but remains far below #ECB ’s goal.

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Consumer biz outlook earns RIL a major re-rating; target prices rise up to Rs 17,00 - Economic Times: Consumer biz outlook earns RIL a major re-rating; target prices rise up to Rs 17,00  Economic Times GOOGLE

Japan's core consumer prices rise 0.4% on year in Oct.

Japan's core consumer prices rise 0.4% on year in Oct.

Japan's core consumer prices rise 0.4% on year in Oct.

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“So far, you’ve had Tariffs imposed on 300 Billion Dollars worth of Chinese products, but you can’t tell me that it has hurt our economy...& it really hasn’t led to any kind of serious rise in prices at the consumer level.” @Varneyco  @FoxBusiness  And we are taking in $Billions!

@realDonaldTrump  If the Fed cuts interest rates to zero, and the U.S. tries to refinance the $22.6 trillion national debt into longer-term maturities, long-term interest rates would actually rise sharply. If the Fed becomes the buyer, the dollar will tank, sending consumer prices soaring!

The U.S. and China have put in place their latest tariff increases on each other’s goods. With prices of many retail goods now likely to rise, the Trump administration’s move threatens the U.S. economy’s main driver: consumer spending.

The economic illiterates on CNBC are discussing their view that the Fed's problem is that it can't create inflation. Inflation is the only thing the Fed can create. So far the inflation it has created has mainly shown up in asset prices. Consumer prices will be the next to rise!

Look at drug prices since President Trump has taken office — they've continued to rise and rise. What has the American consumer gotten out of it? Where I'm from we call that all foam, no beer #DemDebate 

America's ride on the Chinese gravy train is coming to and end. We will have to stop consuming and start saving so that we can produce what the Chinese will no longer provide. In the short-run consumer prices will rise, as both asset prices and our standard of living crash.

Killing NAFTA would cost the United States 300,000 jobs, cut economic growth, hurt stocks and cause prices for consumer goods to rise, according to an analysis

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Killing NAFTA would cost the United States 300,000 jobs, cut economic growth, hurt stocks and cause prices for consumer goods to rise, according to an analysis

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Killing NAFTA would cost the United States 300,000 jobs, cut economic growth, hurt stocks and cause prices for consumer goods to rise, according to an analysis

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