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Inflation Is Falling. So Why Aren’t Food Prices?

Inflation Is Falling. So Why Aren’t Food Prices?

Update: 2023-05-261
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A.M. Edition for May 26. The global food crisis is worsening, as a double-digit surge in food costs across Europe hits household incomes. WSJ reporters Paul Hannon and Jaewon Kang explain why prices are soaring and what governments are doing to tackle the issue. Plus, the White House and Republicans draw closer to an agreement to raise the debt limit. And Tesla and Ford team up in an EV-charging deal. Luke Vargas hosts.


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Inflation Is Falling. So Why Aren’t Food Prices?

Inflation Is Falling. So Why Aren’t Food Prices?

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