Thursday, June 30, 2022


New mechanisms needed for debt stress as poor countries hit by surging prices, says IMF

Spikes in food and energy prices are hitting low-income countries particularly hard, and they may need more grants and highly concessional financing.

From diapers to cereal, price increases loom in US

The price surges are the result of a 'combination of supply chain disruptions', among other factors, economist says.

Traders scramble to keep up with hike in chicken prices

Some are forced to raise the price of their food while others do their best to absorb the increase in cost.

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