Inflation fears and market tears

Steidtmann, Carl
July 2006
Progressive Grocer;7/1/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 10, p89
Trade Publication
The article deals with the effects of the rising fuel costs and inflation on the retail trade sector as of July 2006. Despite current anxiety levels, energy price hikes just do not fuel inflation like they used to. While the inflationary pressures of rising oil prices have captured news headlines, the forces of deflation remain firmly in place.


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