PPI up 0.3% month-to-month as food inflation remains sticky. In case you missed this morning's PPI release, click HERE. Foods. With respect to "Foods", it is no surprise that poultry, eggs and dairy were up in November as this was reflected at Retail. Apparently there is a bird flu that was driving poultry/egg prices higher. … Continue reading PPI: Food Prices Remain Elevated
Inflation: A Visual Representation
Inflation is the result when money supply growth outpaces an economy's ability to produce goods and services. We use M2 in the below chart to represent the money supply (the thin blue line). We use the The Producer Price Index (PPI) and Real GDP as productivity proxies. The PPI is measured by the thin red … Continue reading Inflation: A Visual Representation
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