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5/4/21: Heating up inflationary risks

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No, hyperinflation and, in fact, high inflation, ain't coming, yet. But the concerns with both are rising... Both, input prices and output prices have accelerated in March, compared to February in Markit's Manufacturing PMIs. Headline Markit statement says: "Conditions in the global manufacturing sector continued to brighten at the end of the first quarter, despite the potential for growth to be stymied by rising cost inflationary pressures and supply-chain disruptions." (Emphasis is mine).  And more: "Demand outstripping supply also contributed to a marked increase in purchasing costs during March. Input price inflation surged to a near-decade high, the pass-through of which led to the steepest rise in output charges since data on selling prices were first tracked in October 2009."The

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No, hyperinflation and, in fact, high inflation, ain't coming, yet. But the concerns with both are rising... 


5/4/21: Heating up inflationary risks
Both, input prices and output prices have accelerated in March, compared to February in Markit's Manufacturing PMIs. 

5/4/21: Heating up inflationary risks
Headline Markit statement says: "Conditions in the global manufacturing sector continued to brighten at the end of the first quarter, despite the potential for growth to be stymied by rising cost inflationary pressures and supply-chain disruptions." (Emphasis is mine).  And more: "Demand outstripping supply also contributed to a marked increase in purchasing costs during March. Input price inflation surged to a near-decade high, the pass-through of which led to the steepest rise in output charges since data on selling prices were first tracked in October 2009."

The same is happening in the U.S.: "Supplier lead times lengthened to the greatest extent on record. At the same time, inflationary pressures intensified, with cost burdens rising at the quickest rate for a decade. Firms partially passed on higher input costs to clients through the sharpest increase in charges in the survey's history."
5/4/21: Heating up inflationary risks


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