Why buying dollars is not enough to fight inflation

Argentines already culturally have the idea that saving is equal to buying dollars, this is because after so many crises in the last 100 years that affected the country, after so many currencies that passed and incredibly high inflation The Dollar has always been a refuge for the saver who, in the face of the … Read more

Germany’s November inflation rate fell month-on-month, the economic outlook is still not optimistic_Price_Energy_Data

Original title: Germany’s November inflation rate fell month-on-month, the economic outlook is still not optimistic On November 29 local time, the German Federal Statistical Office announced the estimated inflation rate in Germany in November. According to the report, the country’s inflation rate in November is expected to be 10%, slightly lower than October’s 10.4%, which … Read more

Reductions and Inflation | Gulf newspaper

Retailers in Europe hope that the “Friday sale” will stimulate shoppers’ ability to spend, despite the exacerbation of the cost of living crisis, and the distraction experienced by millions as a result of watching the World Cup events. Traders in Europe fear the upcoming Christmas shopping season will be the worst in a decade, with … Read more

inflation hits Germans where it hurts

AFP NOS News•Saturday, 4:41 PM Charlotte Waaijers correspondent Germany Job Urbach editor Bureau Berlin Charlotte Waaijers correspondent Germany Job Urbach editor Bureau Berlin “Hallobitteschön!” A familiar sound to many Germans and often means one thing: your turn to order döner. There are few snacks that people in Germany love as much as a doner kebab … Read more

Inflation puts a large proportion of hospitals in the red

NOS/Jeroen van Eijndhoven NOS News•Friday, 13:02 90 percent of hospitals are at risk of falling into the red next year. This is due to the cost increases for personnel and energy and due to inflation. This is the conclusion of a study among 56 hospitals commissioned by the Dutch Association of Hospitals (NVZ). Chairman Melkert … Read more

Inflation in Tokyo at 40-year high

Core consumer prices in Tokyo rose 3.6 percent in November compared to the same period last year. Core inflation, which was 3.4 percent in October, was expected to be 3.5 percent in November. Core inflation in Tokyo had risen to 4.2 percent in April 1982. When energy and fresh food prices are excluded, core prices … Read more

Inflation: which products continue to increase significantly despite a lull?

The month of November rhymes with a slight lull in inflation, according to the UFC barometer what to choose. There remain many products whose prices continue to increase, in significant proportions. Good news, inflation seems to be stabilizing. According to the estimates of the UFC that to choose, it is established at 5, 9% in … Read more

US inflation: the decline has begun

US inflation now seems to be clearly in a phase of decline. This will not be without consequences for Fed policy. After reaching its highest levels since the early 1980s and provoking an unparalleled reaction from central banks over the same period, US inflation now seems to be clearly in a phase of decline. This … Read more

Legitimate! The Fed Will Immediately Loosen Interest Rate Hikes

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Market players’ hopes that the central bank of the United States (US) or known as the Federal Reserve (The Fed) will reduce the pace of interest rate hikes seem to be coming true. In the release of the minutes of the November edition of the monetary policy meeting, the Fed officials … Read more

Is the dollar rising? What’s going on

Everything is changing minute by minute, especially in our country, where we have a unstoppable inflation and where the devaluation is imminent, which forces us to constantly think about the current state of the dollar and what to do with our currency, because the reality is that we charge in pesos and our day to … Read more