A woman shops at a grocery store in San Francisco on May 2. US inflation has continued to rise to levels not seen in decades. Photo: Bloomberg
A woman shops at a grocery store in San Francisco on May 2. US inflation has continued to rise to levels not seen in decades. Photo: Bloomberg
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

Pandemic, Ukraine war and China shutdowns top laundry list of global stagflation risk factors

  • On top of the obvious but potentially short-term stagflationary forces in play are far more structural, long-term issues that amplify the danger of protracted inflation and sharply reduced economic growth

A woman shops at a grocery store in San Francisco on May 2. US inflation has continued to rise to levels not seen in decades. Photo: Bloomberg
A woman shops at a grocery store in San Francisco on May 2. US inflation has continued to rise to levels not seen in decades. Photo: Bloomberg
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