In the headline of the Wall Street Journal, “Higher prices make consumers feel strained.” Below, “Americans used to years of low inflation are starting to pay much higher prices for their products and services.”
Hear from the CEOs of Kellogg’s (“we haven’t seen such inflation in many, many years”) and Whirlpool (“stores are seeing an increase in all products”) and famous investor Warren Buffett:
“We are raising the prices, people are raising the prices for us, and those increases are being accepted. It’s a really hot economy.”
The Drudge Report (above) also made headlines in all caps, such as “Prices Go Up Everywhere” with CNN, and “No More Suffering at the Pump” with Gasoline with The Associated Press.
Also on Sunday, on the front page of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, with a photo of Chancellor Angela Merkel alongside Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank, “politicians must prepare for higher inflation”.
For “the possibility of a serious problem”, taking into account the “risk of overheating” in the USA.
Two weeks ago, financier Caixin underlined “how China should respond to the risk of inflation imported from the United States”.
And the South China Morning Post, warning in the headline that “price hikes are everywhere,” published that “China appears to be watching out for threat, but Fed and other major western British Columbia countries must stand up. show more concerned about rising prices. ” , at the risk of “losing confidence”.
‘WE ARE FREE’
The WSJ went to Serrana (SP), who “defeats Covid-19 with just one experience”, of the Butantan Institute. After 98% of adults took Coronavac, “life started to return to normal.”
“You feel free,” says the man in the photo, at the top of the page in Saturday’s edition, with the headline “Brazilian city controls Covid”.
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