Worried about rising prices?

If it seems like things are more expensive this summer, they are: In June, consumer prices jumped 5.4%, the fastest pace in nearly 13 years. Everything from used cars to air fares, gasoline and food cost more than they did a year ago. There are a variety of reasons, including supply-chain bottlenecks and high demand as we emerge from the pandemic and start doing more — and buying more. The big question is: Are high prices here to stay?

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