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Food Prices Climb 7.9%, Biggest Jump Since 1981

Gabriel T. Rubin reported on the front page of Friday's Wall Street Journal that, "Rising energy, food and services prices pushed already elevated U.S. inflation to a 7.9% annual rate last month—another four-decade high—with oil and commodity market disruptions from…
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Food Prices Surge 7%, The Most Since 1981

Washington Post writers Andrew Van Dam and Rachel Siegel reported on the front page of Friday's paper that, "Prices continued their upward march in January, rising at an annual rate of 7.5 percent, the fastest pace in 40 years, as pandemic…
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