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A wave of looming discounts at big-box retailers, and potentially even lower gas prices, could help inflation fall faster than markets suggest.A wave of looming discounts at big-box retailers, and potentially even lower gas prices, could help inflation fall faster than markets suggest.

Why A Strong Dollar And Retail Inventory Blunders Could Help Push Inflation Down By Next Year

With inflation now at 8.6% and food prices rising the fastest in 40 years, Americans are trying to find ways to get by, and that means less spending. With inflation now at 8.6% and food prices rising the fastest in 40 years, Americans are trying to find ways to get by, and that means less spending. 

More Misery on the Way: Americans Can't Afford Gas and Groceries, Economists Say Recession Very Likely | CBN News

Americans have cut back on retail spending amid all-time high inflation rates. While airfare and auto sales have been greatly impacted, other retail industries are reporting declining consumer spend.Americans have cut back on retail spending amid all-time high inflation rates. While airfare and auto sales have been greatly impacted, other retail industries are reporting declining consumer spend.

Recession fears mount as flight bookings slump by 2.3% and car sales drop 4% due to inflation rates | Daily Mail Online