A new inflation age, part one: commodities

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By Nadir Tekarli After a decade of low inflation, the COVID-19 pandemic and recovery have upended what had become settled expectations of inflation. In this unique confluence of events, inflation is being pushed from both sides: supply shortages in key industries and increased demand due to shifted spending patterns. Difficult predictions have been a theme…

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