Spiking prices inflate retail sales across the board, but particularly at auto dealers and gas stations.
Stolen goods get sold to law-abiding Americans by third-party vendors on big ecommerce sites that profit from it. Legislation to control it struggles.
Brick & Mortar Meltdown Continues.
Money-printing hits home. Charts by retailer category.
Caught up in the brick-and-mortar meltdown, it faces its own botched decisions and a market that has horribly turned against its pharmacies.
Holiday selling season is going to be a mess: Look not for what you want but for what the store has.
A monstrously overstimulated economy that caused global supply chains and transportation systems to buckle.
And my 2 cents about the high “failure rates” of new businesses, being a small-business owner myself.
Stimulus-fueled blow-off demand spike meets messed-up supply and transportation chaos.
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