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"Companies hope that by making price increases hard to see, they can escape notice and avoid a customer backlash."
"Companies hope that by making price increases hard to see, they can escape notice and avoid a customer backlash."
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"The economy is undergoing a profound shock. Unfortunately for us, it’s going to be one of the largest shocks in economic history. It’s a “supply shock,” as economists formally call it — perhaps the greatest of all time."
"The economy is undergoing a profound shock. Unfortunately for us, it’s going to be one of the largest shocks in economic history. It’s a “supply shock,” as economists formally call it — perhaps the greatest of all time."
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"The central bank lifted its benchmark rate to 0.5% from a record low and signaled more increases over the next year, as it seeks to tame inflation and rein in booming house prices."
"The central bank lifted its benchmark rate to 0.5% from a record low and signaled more increases over the next year, as it seeks to tame inflation and rein in booming house prices."
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"A research-backed approach to communicating the change."
"A research-backed approach to communicating the change."
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"The challenge in switching from fossil fuels isn’t a lack of incentives — it’s an engineering problem."
"The challenge in switching from fossil fuels isn’t a lack of incentives — it’s an engineering problem."
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"Having more information about prices will enable employers to more effectively monitor the middlemen – generally health insurers – they have hired to negotiate rates."
"Having more information about prices will enable employers to more effectively monitor the middlemen – generally health insurers – they have hired to negotiate rates."
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