Headlines from Across the MAPDec 01, 2022
The average American household is spending $433 more a month to buy the same goods and services it did a year ago, according to a Moody’s Analytics analysis of October inflation data. While down slightly from than the $445 monthly figure in September, stubbornly high inflation is stretching the typical budget.
- CNBC: "Inflation Boosts U.S. Household Spending By $433 A Month, On Average, Moody’s Finds"
- The Wall Street Journal: "Globalized Supply Chain Brings More-Turbulent Food Prices"
- The Wall Street Journal: "Fed’s Aggressive Rate Hikes Are A Game Changer"
- The Washington Post: "It’s Not Your Imagination: Shopping On Amazon Has Gotten Worse"
- Vice: "Robot Landlords Are Buying Up Houses"
- Yahoo Finance: "Yardeni Says Curve Inversion Shows Bonds, Stocks Have Bottomed"
- Visual Capitalist: "All Of The World’s Money And Markets In One Visualization (2022)"
- Market Watch: "A Fed Rate-Hike Cycle Never Hit Stocks This Hard Before. Here’s What’s Different This Time"
- The Washington Post: "European Banks Are Playing Fast and Loose With Their Riskiest Debt"
- Financial Times: "Collateralised Fund Obligations: How Private Equity Securitised Itself"