Supply Bottlenecks Have Eased but Inflation Has Not: What This Says About Price Dynamics

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Since the Covid-19 pandemic struck in early 2020, the U.S. and global economy have confronted a series of supply shortages that caused prices of many goods to surge. Heading the list were prices for lumber, used cars and car rentals and a shortage of computer chips that resulted from increased demand for personal electronics. Last…

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