Spiking prices have quelled homebuyer demand — and that means the real estate market is bracing for a slowdown.
From toilet paper to candy bars, companies hide rising costs by shrinking the size of everyday products. Here’s what that looks like.
The prices of consumer goods are increasing, from food to household necessities. Some companies are hiding this by shrinking product sizes instead.
The pain the US is feeling from inflation is the opposite of the slow, hellish recovery after 2008 — which was much worse for their finances
The country is rebounding far faster than it did after the 2008 financial crisis. All Americans seem to be focused on, however, are surging prices.
From bestselling tech devices to a kit to grow his own peppers, these Amazon Prime-eligible Father’s Day gifts are all under $100.
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