You Thought Inflation Was Bad, But What About Shrinkflation?

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The inflation rate in the United States clocked in at 7.9% in February. That number is the highest it has been since 1982 and it has many Americans anxious about the future. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics energy costs have risen over 25% in the past 12 months. The sharp rise in energy…

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