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Inflation Rising At Fastest Pace In Nearly 13 Years



Inflation rose 5 percent since last year as the economy recovers. NBC News’ Stephanie Ruhle has details on what consumers can expect, with increases on items like bread, coffee, clothing and more.» Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC
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Inflation Rising At Fastest Pace In Nearly 13 Years

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23 comments

  1. Higher prices is a direct result of transportation costs, when you eliminate drilling and pipelines, fuel doubles and so does the cost of everything else, it's the same thing that happened in 2008, when the other Democrat was in office, starting to see a pattern, my wallet is empty, can't wait until 2022.

  2. Prices are rising, because the gov is printing money indiscriminately.

  3. 1:35 Have I heard that voice somewhere before?

  4. In an inflationary , the only winner is the taxman ( Police, firefighter, municipal employee, state employee …)
    one kilometer (mile) out of six on earth is now under the command of a Russian Orthodox.
    a solution when you are neither a civil servant nor a Russian?

  5. I heard this would happen…

  6. Nice video!! Very engaging from beginning to end. Nevertheless, businesses and investment are the easiest way to make money irrespective of which party makes it to the oval office.

  7. LOL, prices won't go down… people are buying them now, they won't decrease the price of the items…

  8. oh wow… increasing minimum wage…. paying people for having kids…. and paying people more for unemployment than for working… OH MY GOD, HOW DID PRICES GO UP!?

  9. She look like she was high

  10. We need the infrastructure plan now. it is a rescue plan, not a fancy upgrade. It has a purpose, and we need to produce now.

  11. "not a cause for alarm… at least not yet."

  12. Bought my used car for $6k 2 years ago. With an extra 15k miles its now worth another $2k more! Crazy.

  13. $amc- the apes been saying this

  14. (Revelation 6:5,6) "When he opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say: 'Come!' And I saw, and look! A black horse and the one seated on it had a pair of scales in his hand. I heard what sounded like a voice amid the four living creatures say: 'A quart of wheat for a denarius and three quarts of barley for a denarius; and do not harm the olive oil and the wine."

    This rider represents famine. We find here a picture of food rationing so severe that a quart (1.08 L) of wheat would cost one denarius, a whole day's wage in the first century! (Matthew 20:2) The same coin could purchase three quarts (3.24 L) of barley, a grain viewed as inferior to wheat. How far would that go to feed a large family? People are then warned to be frugal even with daily foodstuffs, aptly pictured by such basic staples of that time.

    Since 1914, have we seen evidence that this rider of the black horse has been on the move? Yes! About 70 million people died in famines during the 20th century. One authority estimated that "805 million people​—about one in nine of the world's population—​were chronically undernourished in 2012-14." Another report states: "Hunger kills more people every year than AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined." Despite many earnest efforts to feed the hungry, the rider of the black horse continues to ride.

    "And do not harm the olive oil and the wine" denotes a stark contrast of those who can buy luxury foods.

    Note what Jesus said about the sign of his presence and the conclusion of the system of things at (Matthew 24:14)

    "this good news of the Kingdom will be preached in all the inhabited earth for a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come."

    …and then the end will come. That is fast approaching. You can take proactive steps to protect yourself and your loved ones. Google "god's kingdom" and click the link "What is God's Kingdom? Why pray for the Kingdom of God."

  15. Duh, raise minimum wage to $15, when they don't deserve it, everyone else will just raise their prices. Too many ignorant people working minimum wage jobs, they need to get a better education, get qualified for more advanced knowledge. What are they gonna do when robots take over minimum wage jobs?

  16. PRINT MORE MONEY !!🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

  17. Is Stephanie the dumbest women on TV?

  18. Lol I do not want to say why!

  19. Thank you Mr. "racial jungle"!🤮

  20. Money printer goes brrrr

    Liberals go “This isn’t Biden’s fault, because…”

  21. When you keep printing money it devalues and when common sense does not prevail anymore this is the end result

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