How relocating Americans created new inflation hot spots

Econ & Housing

In this articleRDFNAmericans moved around a lot over the past two years, and those destinations also now happen to have the highest inflation rates in the U.S.”We saw right away that inflation was highest in Phoenix and lowest in San Francisco,” Redfin deputy chief economist Taylor Marr told CNBC.The relationship between migration and inflation has…

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