Inflation is not getting better. Why CEOs Predict Recession

In May, prices rose faster than expected.

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14 June 2022 Tuesday 12:09
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Inflation is not getting better. Why CEOs Predict Recession

In May, prices rose faster than expected. Average gas prices are $5 per gallon. Rent, food, and housing also cost more. Scott Horsley, NPR's chief economist, spoke to consumers who are trying to cope. Not all CEOs predict a recession aEUR", but some. NPR's David Gura reports. Chris Arnold of NPR reports on the rising cost of housing in this episode. Dennis Briggs, owner of a transportation company spoke with Ayesha Rascoe from NPR on Weekend Edition Sunday. Help NPR improve podcasts by completing a short, anonymous survey at npr.org/podcastsurvey. In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

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