Inflation is high, is it the fed to blame?

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If you have been awake and shopping for groceries past few months, you would have noticed a sudden jump in grocery bills. They are lost 20% up. In essence what you bought for $100 now is costing you well over $120, even more depending on what it is you are stocking up on.

So how did this happen?

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About the author. Albert is an ex-royal air force photographer. He is passionate about novel writing, creative arts and news www.yomina.com

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About the author. Albert is an ex-royal air force photographer. He is passionate about novel writing, creative arts and news www.yomina.com

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