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Commentary July 2022 – Central Bankers Start Taking Inflation Seriously

reblogged from Brintab Corp. This quarter, as inflation continued to thrust forward, the US Federal Reserve aggressively raised interest rates to try to get their inflation-busting measures back on track after being caught off-guard earlier in the year.  The only

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Commentary April 2022 – Inflation Goes Into Overdrive

Reblogged from Brintab As the developed world navigated past the Omicron virus wave, various factors lengthened and/or accelerated the inflation we once hoped would be transitory.  On the economic demand-growth side, various economies saw increased consumer activity, especially in leisure

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Commentary January 2022 – Digesting Omicron and Persistent Inflation Impact

Reblogged from Brintab Commentary January 2022 – Digesting Omicron and Persistent Inflation Impact There were many winds washing through the markets in the months leading up to the New Year.  Hence it was a tumultuous time.  To name a few: The

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Commentary July 2021 – Assessing Economic Progress

Reblogged from Brintab.com With the gradual reopening of businesses post-Covid, we are seeing glimmers of hope regarding the economic recovery.  Still, the pandemic created chaos that continues to settle out bit by bit.  There were changed buying habits, pent up

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